Honor 7C is praised worldwide as a budget Android smartphone that has several great features and was first released in May 2018. In terms of its structure, this phone has an Aluminum body with a 5.99 inch IPS LCD Screen having a resolution of 720 x 1440 Pixels. It makes use of a dual rear camera system and a single 8MP selfie camera at the front. Snapdragon 450 processor paired with 4GB of RAM is absolutely under the hood. For sure, this is a good performing device but even at that, sometimes there are instances when certain issue occur, so one of the issues that will be addressed in this article is an issue of not being able to connect to Wi-Fi. But our major concern in this article is to make you rely on your ability to resolve this issue your self without relying on another person for assistance.
How To Fix The Honor 7C “Won’t Connect To Wi-Fi” Issue
I will recommend that before carrying out any of the troubleshooting steps below, make sure you are running on the latest software version and if there is an update, kindly download and install it first. You know why? Because this will help to reduce the possibility of the problem being caused by outdated software. So, therefore, make use of the troubleshooting steps below to eradicate this Honor 7C “won’t connect to Wi-Fi” issue.
Turn On The Phone Wi-Fi Switch
Every phone has an in-built Wi-Fi switch which needs to be switched on before you can connect to a Wi-Fi network. It could be possible that this problem is due to the fact that you forgot to switch on the Wi-Fi Switch. So follow the procedure below to switch on the Wi-Fi switch.
- Click on Settings
- Click on Select Wireless & Networks
- Tap Wi-Fi
- Turn on Wi-Fi
- Select the wireless network you want to connect to
- Insert the Wi-Fi password and select Connect
Check if the problem is fixed if you are still experiencing this problem, make use of the guideline below:
Check If The Problem Is Due To The Router
It is very possible that the problem isn’t just from the phone, but from the router, your phone is connecting to, so I will advise you to check properly to know if the problem is caused by the router. Ask your self, can other device connect to the router successfully? Does the router have a setting activated (MAC filtering) that is blocking your phone from connecting to it? I think the best way to check if this is truly a router related problem is by connecting your phone to a different Wi-Fi network then check if the issue still occurs.
Do A Soft Reset
The problem could be caused by corrupt temporary data stored on the phone. So the best thing to do on this occasion is to refresh the phone software which will do away with this temporal data. This can be done by restarting your phone. To do this, follow the guideline below:
- Click and hold the Power and Volume down key firmly for up to 45 seconds.
- Be patient for the device to restart.
I am much convinced that following this above guideline carefully will help you fix this problem at once