An active high-speed internet connection can make the use of an Android tablet much more exciting and entertaining but installing a wireless router in your home makes things a lot more fun. You can easily use internet on your Android tablet by easily turning on the Wi-Fi settings of your device. However, several people who own Android tablets recently complained that they are unable to connect their tablet to their personal Wi-Fi router.
If you are in this scenario, you should initially make sure that your wireless modem is in good working condition. If your wireless router is working perfectly, then it means that there is something wrong with the Wi-Fi settings of your Android tablet. Below are a few simple tips that will enable you to fix the issue.
The first thing to do is to switch off your tablet. Now, slowly remove the battery of your device and leave it undisturbed for a couple of minutes. after that, insert the battery into your tablet and turn the device on. If your device is still not able to connect to the Wi-Fi connection, proceed to the next step.
In certain cases, Android tablets have a tendency to retain previous IP addresses from older wireless connections. If any of the older IP address is automatically applied to the current wireless network, then you will find it impossible to connect to your home Wi-Fi network. Follow the below given set of steps to overcome the issue.
If the method did not work, then you will have to make your Android tablet forget the network and re-add it later. However, you will have to get out of range of your wireless router before you proceed to the following steps.
If you are still not able to connect to your home Wi-Fi network, seek the help of an Android tablet repair technician.