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I been waiting for apple to fix a bug with the wifi that has existed since iOS 3 or even earlier. The bug I am talking about his all over
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    Default Wifi bug, can someone do a fix
    I been waiting for apple to fix a bug with the wifi that has existed since iOS 3 or even earlier. The bug I am talking about his all over google and forums, it seems to happen when connected to Belkin routers.

    I have a Belkin N+ router and after 15-20 minutes, I get the server has stopped responding message, the wifi signal is good and connected all the time. To fix it, I have to turn wifi off then back on and it works again. Entering the dns manually doesn't work.
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    are you sure its not to do with belkins? im sure apple would have sorted it if they could

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    I have had other phones, my xbox, a laptop, desktop all work just fine. Only issue is with iPhones. It's a bug in the wifi driver. I even swapped the router with the same model a few times, I doubt it's the routers fault. Other people on the net also report an issue, some say specifying the dns and ip manually fixes it, it doesn't.

    There's a few bluetooth stacks and drivers in cydia, hope someone can figure it out. SBSettings makes it a little less painless to switch wifi on and off, right now I would settle with a daemon that would reset the wifi once no net signal is detected.
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