Sometimes, your Android begins to behave strangely when connected to the Internet. The dreaded “Connected but there is no Internet Access” message is simply a vague error. Numerous reasons could lead to this problem. Here are a few options you could try to solve the issue.
Since there isn’t any specific reason behind this connectivity issue. There are a variety of possible solutions. Below are some fixes that can be tried to restore your Internet.
Check if You’re Connected to the Internet
Sometimes, you could be experiencing this issue due to the fact that your router isn’t linked to the Internet. Try connecting to your router wirelessly via another device to see whether you can connect to the internet.
Log in to your router, and make sure you are able to verify that all ISP PPPoE settings are correct. This should include your username and password. If you’re unsure you are, contact your ISP.
Verify that Mobile Data is Off
If you turn on mobile data, connect to a WiFi network. You’re not able to connect to the internet. Therefore, try deactivating mobile data to resolve the problem.
When you connect to the WiFi connection, Android will prioritize WiFi over mobile data. Some networks, however, will require you to sign in before they can connect to the internet. Even after you log into the network, Android could not consider it to be a connected connection, and continue to use mobile data. In this case, Android might not be capable of connecting to the internet via both networks.
The short version is try deactivating mobile data, and then reconnect to your WiFi internet.
Disable and enable WiFi on Android
Similar to a PC it is possible to reset your WiFi adapter on Android too. The majority of networking issues can be resolved by a Wi-Fi reset since it makes your Android clean the DNS and then re-check your configuration file. You will require access to the hidden settings panel.
Simply open the dialer on your phone then dial *#*#4636 #*#*. It will open the hidden testing settings panel. In this panel, go to “WiFi Details” and then click on “WiFi API” and later select ” disable network”. This will disable this Wi-Fi component.
After a couple of seconds, click on ” enable network” to start the Wi-Fi connection and the problem could be solved.
If it’s simple to recall *#*#4636 #*#*, it’s likely that you are sure to be able to recall *#*#info #*#*. Simply associate numbers with the alphabets that appear on the dialer.
Make sure you are checking the time and date settings.
A different thing that may appear like a common thing, however poorly configured time and date settings could cause problems. Most of the time, Android devices are configured to get dates and times automatically from the network operator. If you’ve altered these settings, then you need to you must reset them again. Since when you set the setting manually, your timer may not be updated because of an interruption.
To set up an automatic date and time, all you have must do is:
- Launch”Clock” in the “Clock” app.
- Click to open the “Settings” menu.
- Click here to “Change Date and Time”.
- On the next screen, move the buttons in the next screen the buttons to “Automatic dates and times” and “Automatic time zone”.
- If you don’t need automated time settings, you manually set the correct time by choosing the options “Set time”, “Set time”, and “Select the time zone”.
- All done!
- Then reboot your device and reconnect to your WiFi network once more.
Forget about and reconnect to WiFi Network
Another option is to solve it. If you connect to your WiFi internet, you could be given a brand new IP address for your local network that could fix the problem.
- Simply open the Android Settings and go into “WiFi”.
- Then, select the WiFi network, and then select”Forget” from the menu. “Forget”.
- After that, tap the WiFi network and again enter the password.
- Click then on”Connect”. “Connect” button.
- All done!
If it doesn’t work, go to the next step.
Verify if the Router is blocking Network Traffic
Sometimes Router blocks network traffic. If this is the case and you don’t know why to check out the admin page of your WiFi router or visit the web portal.
The page of the router’s admin is different from the model as well as from the manufacturer. Therefore, you should consult your router’s manual, then go to the appropriate page for settings and determine if your network is blocking the device. Certain routers include an IP address, the username, and the password printed at the bottom of the device.
Change your DNS
If you can’t access websites using the IP Address, There is an issue with your Internet provider’s Domain Name Server. Just switching on Google DNS (220.127.116.11; 18.104.22.168) can resolve the issue.
- Simply visit your WiFi settings
- Long-press the WiFi network’s DNS you’d like to change
- Choose”Modify network” and then “Modify the network”.
- Select Static under the IP options
- Then , enter the static IP address, DNS1 as well as DNS2 IP address.
- Make sure to save any changes
- All done
Change the Wireless Mode of Router
It is possible to experience this issue it happens if you’ve got an old Wi-Fi device or card. If you’re able to get Internet access from other devices, it is likely that there is some kind of communication gap that is separating the router and your Android or router.
There are various Wireless options on the router. You may have seen something similar to 802.11 B or 802.11 b/g , 802.11 b/g/n. These b, g, as well as AC are not the same Wireless standards.
To correct the problem:
- Log into your router’s dashboard and then look for the option labeled Wireless Mode. Wireless Mode..
Make sure to check the Wireless settings, where you can set the WiFi SSID and password.
- Then, you’ll be able to see an option drop-down menu. Click on it and select 802.11 B. Save modifications.
- Restart the WiFi to see whether this resolves the issue.
NOTE: If this doesn’t work, test 802.11 the g. If you’re still finding nothing, then try the following solution.
Reboot or reset WiFi Router
Check the Android device isn’t blocked at the router level, and that there is nothing wrong in the wireless connection. Try restarting the router. Whatever method you choose to use, you can trigger the reboot using the admin interface or physical buttons. Therefore, choose the one you prefer and then reboot the router. it takes just a few minutes to complete the process.
If rebooting failed then the second step would be to reboot the router. Be sure to reset the router will delete all configurations as well as ISP settings for IP addresses. Therefore, take note of the passwords and save all important information beforehand to enable you to configure the router after you’re finished resetting it.
Reset Android Network Settings.
If these steps did not resolve the connectivity issue, it’s time to change the Android networks settings.
- Start the Settings app, and then go to “Reset choices”.
- Select”Reset” or ” Reset Wi-Fi mobile and Bluetooth”option.
- Then, tap then the “Reset Setting” button at the end of the screen.
- After the reset your computer, try connecting via the WiFi network to check if this fixes the issue.
- All done!
If you are unable to solve the problem, then your final option is to factory reset on your Android device. To do a factory reset:
- Start the Settings app.
- Go to “Reset choices”.
- Click on “Factory reset of data”.
- On the confirmation screen Click to the “Reset Phone” button to factory reset the Android device.
NOTE: It takes some time to finish. Hopefully! the device is fully recharged or at a minimum is more than 70% battery before you perform your factory reset.
These are the only troubleshooting methods we have to think of. If you have any additional tricks, tell us about it in the comments section below!