Users' questions

Why is my Wi-Fi button greyed out Apple?

Why is my Wi-Fi button greyed out Apple?

First, make sure that you don’t have restrictions set for the iPhone by going to Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Content Restrictions. If Content Restrictions is turned on, then there may be a setting enabled that is preventing Wi-Fi from being changed.

Why can’t I turn on Wi-Fi?

The first thing you want to do when your Android device isn’t turning on Wi-Fi is to check that you don’t have Airplane mode enabled. Alternatively, you can navigate to Settings > Network & Internet > Advanced and toggle off Airplane mode. If Airplane mode is disabled, you can also enable it and disable it again.

How do I turn Wi-Fi on on my iPad?

Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
  2. Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
  3. Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join.

Why is Wi-Fi greyed out on iPad?

Most times that being grayed out means there is damage of some sort to the wifi antenna. Restoring to factory settings and setting up as new is a way to eliminate it being a software issue. I never had wifi problems until I did the latest iOS upgrade. That must be the problem.

Why can’t I turn the Wi-Fi on on my iPad?

1) Perform a Forced Restart: Hold down the Home and Wake/Sleep buttons at the same time for about 15-20 seconds until the Apple logo appears. Allow device to restart. 2) Reset Network Settings: Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Rejoin the Network again.

Why is my Wi-Fi button greyed out on my laptop?

This issue could be either the WiFi capability is not turned ON in the BIOS on your computer or it could be due to the outdated Wireless drivers.

How do I fix my iPad Wi-Fi problem?

Simple Steps for Getting Your iPad Online Again

  1. Make sure your iPad has its Wi-Fi capabilities enabled.
  2. See if your wireless router and modem are on.
  3. Check the connection status.
  4. Re-enter your Wi-Fi password.
  5. Reset your network connection and location settings.
  6. Reset your Device.