To do that, open the phone dialer and dial *#*#4636#*#*. It will trigger the hidden Testing settings panel. Here, navigate to "WiFi Information" and then tap on "WiFi API" and later select " disableNetwork". This will shut down the Wi-Fi module.

The Internet Just Stopped Working: If you lose your online connection while having a phone call from your landline, then there may be a problem with your phone setup. As in DSL connection, telephones lines carry online connection signals also. So you may need to check your telephone setup. Wi-Fi not working on your iPhone or iPad? Here's the fix May 14, 2020 7 Most common reasons why your internet is not working Sep 17, 2019 Oh no! WiFi connected but no Internet — What to do? Apr 05, 2018

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If the Internet is not working on all the devices connected to the network, then chances are there is a problem with your Router/Modem. You can also have a quick look at the ADSL cable to see if it's broken or twisted. If the internet is not working on a single device, Rebooting your phone can help you solve some of your phone's Wi-Fi problems. Press and hold the Power button till you see the Power menu and then tap on Restart. In a few seconds, your phone should be back on. Allow the Wi-Fi to connect and check if it is working as expected. The All-in-one-wireless printer/fax says "Phone off hook" but when I unplug the phone from wall jack the wireless fax will dial. Working line outside indicates internal wiring problem; but how can the internet work if my wires are corrupt? I will try "googling" for an answer as I am not getting much help from the Verizon site. Even though the solutions below are no guaranteed fix for iOS Internet not working for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. You can try these for your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus before you try to factory reset, replacing a router, or taking the device to an Apple Store to get looked at by a technician. Reset Network Settings in iOS

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