luvvt

Help, B927 WiFi Drops off

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I have been running 927 since release and all has been running fine untill recently.

I use WiFi at home but only recently it has been dropping off. The toggle is on and the notification shows in the status bar as grey. Obviously I cannot connect to the internet or sync via WiFi when this happens and it seems to be getting worse by the day.

Reboot fixes this temporarily but will return to the above status within hours.

Any ideas about whats happening anybody ??

Edit : Just rebuilt the cache will see if this makes any diff

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thinks I could have had this bug on B927 as well. (not 100%)sure tho.

I had to taken mine back to the shop to be fixed :wacko:

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Your ph still in the shop Frankie or did it get fixed ?

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Your ph still in the shop Frankie or did it get fixed ?

they managed to fix it in the shop.

dunno what they did but it's working atm :)

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I think it may have been fixed with a dalvik cache wipe. Did a wipe at about 1pm and so far all is well.

Can anybody confirm for me exactly what the dalvik cache wipe does, Surely with 90 odd views someone can shed some light

Thanks in advance ;D

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This is copied from Android Forums

Second post when entering into Google "WHAT IS DALVIC CACHE"

dalvik cache is a program cache area for the

program dalvik. Dalvik is a java based virtual

machine that is the bases for running your

programs (the ones that have the .apk

extension). In order to make access times faster

(because there's not JIT (just in time) compiler

installed by default), the dalvik-cache is the

result of dalvik doing a optimization of the

running program. Sounds confusing. It's similar

to the prefetch files in

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LOL thanks blade, I didnt really understand it but it seem a dalvik wipe did the trick.

An explanation in laymens terms and particular to why it has fixed my WiFi problems would be appreciated though ;D

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Means Jack s--t to me to ,and I do not understand why it would help you're wifi issue. If it does then the jobs a good one. Need someone with more noodles then me to explain it in real terms.

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Ok one day on now from a dalvik cache wipe and its back to dropping off.

Please anyone can you shed some light !!

Edit now the damn bluetooth is activating aswell

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