No WiFi Bars After JB

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  1. DrewGzy

    DrewGzy Active Member

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    So my WiFi is working but the WiFi bars are gone. I know they were visible before my JB but now they are just not there.

    I am going to restore it anyway but figured I'd ask if anyone else has the same problem.
  2. Ric914

    Ric914 New Member

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    Happened to me once and resetting network settings fixed it.
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    Yep I also have that problem sometimes...
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    DrewGzy Active Member

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    I didn't even thin about just resetting the network settings. I had to restore the thing anyway and it is fixed. Thanks for the replies.
  5. Deevious

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    Mine does this, I've powered it off and back on with no luck. I also tried to 'forget' network settings and it still doesn't work....what gives?
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    Well, you need to properly reset the network settings, which means... go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network settings

    I think it happens sometimes when you are jailbreaking while the network is dropped, and thus it corrupts the logger, making the system report that it has no connection going whereas it actually does have a connection.
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    That didn't work either, guess one day I'll just restore back to the factory firmware and re-jailbreak.
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    Hmm, do a full reset? It won't wipe your data, but it will mess your icon layout in Springboard and kill all of your remembered passwords and email accounts and what-nots.
  9. Ric914

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    Try doing a respring after the network reset and re-joining the network.
    It seem to work for me today.

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