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    Alright there is something wrong with the WIFI on my touchpad. It won't turn on. When I go to settings, WIFI, i turn on the switch on the top right on but nothing happens. Also when i go on the top right corner the wifi still says off, after I try to turn it on from there the circle just keeps spinning and nothing happens. If anyone has any solutions please help me! Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by chapel34 View Post
    Alright there is something wrong with the WIFI on my touchpad. It won't turn on. When I go to settings, WIFI, i turn on the switch on the top right on but nothing happens. Also when i go on the top right corner the wifi still says off, after I try to turn it on from there the circle just keeps spinning and nothing happens. If anyone has any solutions please help me! Thanks
    Probably a hardware problem. Call HP.
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    I have no solution, but before you send it in, doctoring (restoring) is always worth a try.
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    I tried the full erase reset button. I was taken back to the beginning and the touchpad still does not detect any wifi
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    It's a bug. You can recreate this when you turn the WiFi off and on from the top bar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chapel34 View Post
    I tried the full erase reset button. I was taken back to the beginning and the touchpad still does not detect any wifi
    Doctoring is different than a full erase. Visit http://palm.com/rom and run the doctor.
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    A doctor won't fix an OS bug.
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    I was having the same issue today. It worked fine in the morning, went to use it later and wifi was turned off. I tried to turn it back on but got the same spinning circle. Power off / on fixed mine. I'm running a lot of patches and just changed kernals last night so I'm going to try to see if that is the cause.
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    I had the same problem -- when I uninstalled the F4 Phantom kernel, the problem was fixed.

    Went to Warthog's kernel and haven't had a similar issue yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmbuzzkill View Post
    I had the same problem -- when I uninstalled the F4 Phantom kernel, the problem was fixed.

    Went to Warthog's kernel and haven't had a similar issue yet.
    I have Warthog and it happens every time I turn WiFi off and on using the control in the drop down bar. The fix is to only turn it on/off in the WiFi preferences app.

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