I am a complete and utter idiot. I can’t even reset my phone to its default settings. I’ve been trying to do it forever and I can’t even move the screen to the settings section. I’m not sure how long it will be before I’m able to get this to correct, but I will say this: the sooner you figure out what’s going on, the sooner you can get it to fix.
Coax your phone to its default settings, and all of the sudden it thinks you’re an internet freak. It’s a nice little trick, but it’s not foolproof. I wouldn’t be surprised if you were using an old version of Android (or iOS, for that matter) that was set to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network, but that’s not something we can fix. You need to reset the settings yourself.
The settings you should be resetting are these three things. All three are found under Settings->Network.
One of the most important aspects to resetting your Settings menu is the Wi-Fi settings. I don’t recall the exact wording of the reset, but I think I accidentally set it to only connect you to a specific Wi-Fi network by default. My bad, sorry about that. Now you have to re-set that to connect you to all of your networks. The settings you have to reset is the same as your Wi-Fi network settings.
I have noticed that resetting the Wi-Fi settings only connect you to a specific Wi-Fi network by default was an issue for some of my other settings as well. For instance, I keep getting “invalid network profile” errors whenever I try to access any site using Facebook. This happens even though I have no Facebook accounts connected to my profile. A while back I reset all my Wi-Fi settings to the default settings, and it fixed it.
But when I try to reset the Wi-Fi settings, my network profile fails to reconnect, and it keeps disconnecting me.
That could mean that the Wi-Fi and Facebook settings have become incompatible, or that there is a conflict between the two. The latter would mean I need to connect to a Wi-Fi network that I know I want to connect to, instead of just a random one. Of course, I’m not sure this is the case, since I think I might have my Wi-Fi and Facebook profiles set to a random name and password, so I’ll check that out.
The “Facebook” option in the settings menu is a bit too wide of a range on that screen. It is a little bit too wide of a range even for me. I am the only one who can get to it.
That is the current situation, and it is a bit unfair for me to assume I know what I need to do to solve this. I’m not sure if there’s a solution, but I also am not sure if there’s a solution because I am a bit of a newbie when it comes to things like this. I would like to get back to my original plan of just connecting to a Wi-Fi network I know I would like to connect to.
It’s not very fair to assume that all the people who can get to the keyboard can also get to the screen. It’s a really old computer, and it takes a lot of work to get it to the point where it can connect to the internet. So that’s a problem, but it’s not a big one, and it’s not just a matter of the keyboard. You can also buy a small screen, which can connect to the internet.