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Thread: iPhone 3gs wi-fi problem

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    Default iPhone 3gs wi-fi problem
    hey guys ,,

    i recently bought 3 iPhones (3gs ) and im facing a the same issue wth the three iPhones its that when ever im connected i cant have a full signal and the wireless is just in front of me i donno what to do .....

    any help here ?
    Last edited by weko; 2009-07-25 at 06:16 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Have you tried to restart your router yet? I'd do that first...
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    i did and still the signal in my iPhone is not that powerful

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    Strange. Go to Settings>Your Wifi Network>Renew Lease. Reboot and see if the signal is any stronger.
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    or you can try resetting your network settings

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    i did all what u said but nothing happened still hte same

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    Well it seems to me that the problem lay within your router; if all three phone are reacting the same way. If you leave the immediate area of your router, walk a few steps; in another room, does your signal get worse or better? The reason I'm asking that is sometimes mine give me poor signal strength if I'm too close, weird, but it does it.

    In order to make sure its your router, you'll need to find someone else with wifi and see if your phones(s) react the same way with other wifi points; if it works fine with others, then we'll know for sure that its your router.

    Will check in again to see your results.

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    ooh thanks alot every one it seems the problem in my router maybe cuz its to old :P

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