Wifi Not Working


Common iPad
Wifi Problem

  • Wifi Settings grey out ( Cannot slide on )
  • Not able to detect wifi network
  • Wifi Connected but no internet
  • Network keep disconnecting
  • Weak Wifi Signal 

troubleshoot ipad wifi not working

If your iPad’s Wi-Fi is not working, here are some troubleshooting steps that you can follow:

  1. Restart Your iPad: Sometimes, simply restarting your iPad can help to resolve Wi-Fi issues. To do this, press and hold the power button until the “slide to power off” slider appears. Slide the slider to the right to turn off your iPad, wait for a few seconds, and then press and hold the power button again to turn it back on.

  2. Check Wi-Fi Settings: Ensure that your Wi-Fi settings are properly configured. Go to the “Settings” app on your iPad, tap on “Wi-Fi,” and make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on. If it’s on, check if your iPad is connected to the right network.

  3. Forget and Reconnect to Wi-Fi Network: If your iPad is not connecting to a specific Wi-Fi network, try forgetting the network and then reconnecting to it. To do this, go to “Settings,” tap on “Wi-Fi,” tap the information icon next to the network you want to forget, and then tap “Forget This Network.” After forgetting the network, try reconnecting to it.

  4. Reset Network Settings: Resetting your iPad’s network settings can sometimes resolve Wi-Fi connectivity issues. To do this, go to “Settings,” tap on “General,” and then tap on “Reset.” From the options available, select “Reset Network Settings.” This will reset all your network settings, including Wi-Fi passwords, so make sure you have them written down before doing this.

  5. Check for iPad Updates: Ensure that your iPad is running the latest version of iOS. Go to “Settings,” tap on “General,” and then tap on “Software Update.” If an update is available, follow the on-screen instructions to install it.

  6. Perform a Factory Reset: If none of the above steps work, you can perform a factory reset of your iPad. This will erase all data and settings on your device, so make sure you have a backup before doing this. To perform a factory reset, go to “Settings,” tap on “General,” and then tap on “Reset.” From the options available, select “Erase All Content and Settings.”

If none of these troubleshooting steps work, there may be a hardware issue with your iPad’s Wi-Fi module. In this case, you may need to contact Apple support or visit Esmond Service Centre to have your iPad repaired.

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