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How To Fix no internet access but connected


How To Fix no internet access but connected
In some cases, the Wifi and the hotspot will connect but there would be no internet access, this can be very frustrating. In most cases this is caused as a result of lack of internet data plan on the mobile device or and ISP issue.

However, if your have checked and its none of the above problems then you will have to get a little technical to fix this. Below are a number of reasons that could cause no internet access but connected issue.

Rule out false alarms.
Check router lights.
Restart modem and router.
Run Windows Network Troubleshooter.
Check IP address.
Check network card.
Check MAC Address filtering.
Reset TCP/IP.
Flush DNS.
Disable security software.
Update wireless drivers and network adapter driver.
Upgrade router firmware.
Reset your router.
Reset your network.
How to reset Android phone hotspot?
Resetting your Wifi network can be very helpful if you are facing difficulty connecting to hotspot. This feature also helps reset your Bluetooth network so everything would be fresh and working just fine.

To do this follow the steps below

Go to setting app on your phone
Open the phone setting
Scroll down to “Backup and Reset”
You don’t want to reset your phone so select “Network Settings Reset”
Now click reset setting in the right Conner
Input your password or pattern
Click done
If you have successfully completed this steps then you have successfully reset your network settings. Now every problems you might be causing your android not to connect to hotspot must have been fixed and that of your Bluetooth too.

Why won’t my mobile hotspot work?
If your mobile hotspot is not working, it is probably because it is switched off. However, wrong access point configuration can also cause your mobile hotspot not work.

But if the case that which your hotspot is off, then follow the steps below to switch it back on

From the home screen.
Select Settings.
Click more Networks.
Tap tethering and Wi-Fi Hotspot.
Toggle on the hotspot switch.
The steps is very pretty straight forward and simple and it applies to all android phones regardless of version. In the case of a Windows computer – From the home screen > Select Settings > Internet Sharing > Turn Sharing On.

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