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Wifi connection problem

Adept
Message 91 of 107
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Message 91 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

I've never had this problem. I'm on global firmware and have services like WiFi scanning etcetera all disabled.

One time poster
Message 92 of 107
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Message 92 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

Had the same problem, new xperia compact, connected to my wifi and directly the router went down. Put my old it-support hat on and started to troubleshoot. After 2 days with 100 diff settings, incl reinstall router I think I find the problem, classic DNS-problem. Seems like the Xperia has its own DNS or somethink like it. Anyway the quickfix that works for me, few hours without any wifi trouble so far, is:

First!"be carefull before changes settings for your router/phone, can make things worse if dont have some experience/skills for it"

- Set the phones private dns to off, if you have one, cant say thats the singel solution but part of it.

- Set a static IP for your phone, in the routers dhcp settings.

- Set static IP(same IP as above) and also static DNS,Gateway(like 192.168.1.1) in your phones WiFi setting. The static DNS is the key I think.

 

I hope it can help, it works for me. And be carefull before changes settings for your router/phone, can make things worse if dont have some experience/skills for it.

Regular
Message 93 of 107
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Message 93 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

I will try to check how it will work after the implementation of the first council. the second and third, I think, is useless for me since the problem occurs on different routers of different areas in the city (I did not check it later)

Visitor
Message 94 of 107
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Message 94 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

Another desperate XZ1c user here with my story.

 

Unlike you guys, I've had the isse only since Pie. But then again, I've had this phone for only 6 months now. I love it, but this is an extremely annoying bug (I'm assuming it's a sw issue).

 

Phone's up to date and hasn't been tempered with, not even the dev options have been touched. It keeps disconnecting from wifi, reconnecting to it, disabling it, connecting again and so on, until it simply gives up and no wifi network is shown. Restarting the phone fixes the issue, but it represents itself inevitabily after a day or even less. Toggling the wifi or airplane mode almost certainly triggers the issue.

 

I'm sorry I can't add anything new to the thread at the moment, except my voice.

I'll share if I find anything useful.

 

EDIT 1
@Phnils #92

Since the day I got the phone (hence without the wifi issue) I've had a static IP, binded properly to its MAC address, and my router's DHCP has been assigning it correctly. These are things I work with and I'm pretty sure we can rule out a networking problem. I don't know why it worked for you, but I know I keep having the issue with both static and dynamic IPs.

Regular
Message 95 of 107
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Message 95 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

did not help. again the problem with the connection. of all the huge in the list of available networks, only 2 out of 20 are displayed. And again a vicious circle: my network — connection — authentication — receipt of an IP — connected without the Internet — connected — saved. The most interesting Internet is, but its speed tends to zero.
I worked a little and stopped again. enough minutes for 30-45. I rested for 10 minutes and started working again, but still not as after a reboot.

One time poster
Message 96 of 107
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Message 96 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

Hello,

 

I had the same issue with my Xperia X compact,

 

Some data, using same router same distance, 2.4G WiFi.

I use wifi analyser and speed test apps.

 

Xperia :

 

Signal : -68dbm

Download speed: 0.2Mbs, or even vorst. !!!!

 

Other device :

 

Signal : -71dbm

Download speed : 20Mbps or higher !!!!!

 

So the other device with lower signal perform much much better.

 

Basically the wifi WiFi is totally unusable, tried on different wifi networks, is the same.

 

If I am close to the router, and signal is about -35dbm the speed is Ok, more than 25Mbps.

 

This issue was not present when bought the phone last year, I think was raised about 2...3 month ago.

 

Any suggestions what to do?

Regular
Message 97 of 107
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Message 97 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

The patch came, the problem remained but changed. now the connection to the access point is not always disconnected. If the connection remains, then the network speed drops from 144mb ​​/ s to 2. The pages open, but with a long wait for time. The reboot is all good (for now).

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Rookie
Message 98 of 107
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Message 98 of 107

Re: Wifi connection problem

So there's no solution; It doesn't appear to really be device specific, but figured I'd start here instead of an android forum... But...

 

Probably setting a static IP would help.  This is NOT what I want to do; and that is NOT a solution.

 

The wifi connection seems to renegiation quite often....

 

Jan 28 18:39:44 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:39:44 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:46:14 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:46:14 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:47:44 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:47:44 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:57:44 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 18:57:44 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 20:51:43 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 20:51:43 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 22:13:35 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 22:13:35 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 22:32:53 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0
Jan 28 22:32:53 dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.173.197 d4:38:9c:00:d4:b0

 

01-26 19:42:30.331  1586 25688 D NetworkMonitor/NetworkAgentInfo [WIFI () - 175]: PROBE_DNS connectivitycheck.gstatic.com 3ms FAIL
01-26 19:42:30.332  1586 25687 D NetworkMonitor/NetworkAgentInfo [WIFI () - 175]: PROBE_DNS www.google.com 13ms FAIL
01-26 19:42:30.336  1586 25688 D NetworkMonitor/NetworkAgentInfo [WIFI () - 175]: PROBE_HTTP http://connectivitycheck.gstatic.com/generate_204 Probe failed with exception java.net.UnknownHostException: connectivitycheck.gstatic.com: TLS-bypass resolution failed
01-26 19:42:30.337  1586 25687 D NetworkMonitor/NetworkAgentInfo [WIFI () - 175]: PROBE_HTTPS https://www.google.com/generate_204 Probe failed with exception java.net.UnknownHostException: www.google.com: TLS-bypass resolution failed
01-26 19:42:30.340  1586 24426 D NetworkMonitor/NetworkAgentInfo [WIFI () - 175]: PROBE_FALLBACK http://www.google.com/gen_204 Probe failed with exception java.net.UnknownHostException: www.google.com: TLS-bypass resolution failed
01-26 19:42:30.340  1586  2630 D ConnectivityService: NetworkAgentInfo [WIFI () - 175] validation failed
01-26 19:42:30.350  2714  2714 I wpa_supplicant: wlan0: CTRL-EVENT-DISCONNECTED bssid=28:c2:dd:1c:5b:a7 reason=3 locally_generated=1


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There's rally so much noise in android logs - there really should be limitations/audits on what applications are logging stuff; sure it's only a few microseconds, but all that adds up
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01-26 19:51:57.697  1586  4126 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 19:51:57.699  1586  4855 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 19:51:58.913   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:00.917   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:02.882  1586  4855 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 19:52:02.888  1586  4855 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 19:52:02.890  1586  4126 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 19:52:02.897  1586  4126 I chatty  : uid=1000(system) Binder:1586_E identical 4 lines
01-26 19:52:02.898  1586  4126 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 19:52:02.921   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:06.929   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 2 lines
01-26 19:52:08.933   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:10.264   923   923 D audio_hw_primary: adev_set_parameters: enter: wireless_charging=off
01-26 19:52:10.265   923   923 D audio_hw_extn: audio_extn_set_anc_parameters: anc_enabled:0
01-26 19:52:10.307 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: BlockingExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@1c291f2[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 8]
01-26 19:52:10.307 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: LightweightExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@b7c1043[Running, pool size = 4, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 54]
01-26 19:52:10.605 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: bgExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@79986c0[Running, pool size = 4, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 27]
01-26 19:52:10.606 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: SimChangeExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@bed0ff9[Running, pool size = 1, active threads = 1, queued tasks = 4, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 19:52:10.607 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: Db-split_install_service com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@263db3e[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 2]
01-26 19:52:10.607 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: SplitInstallBackgroundThread com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@1456d9f[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 1]
01-26 19:52:10.608 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: Db-install_service com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@9f04eec[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 19:52:10.609 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: InstallBackgroundThread com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@9e5b2b5[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 19:52:10.610 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: StorageAwareDownloadServiceManagerSpaceChecker com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@3e6d4a[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 19:52:10.897 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: InstallBackgroundThread com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@11d44bb[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 19:52:10.898 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: InstallBackgroundThread com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@8096dd8[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 19:52:10.938   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:14.945   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 2 lines
01-26 19:52:16.949   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:17.519   753   753 I QNS     : QNS: analytics
01-26 19:52:17.519   753   753 I QNS     : QNS: qnsa work
01-26 19:52:17.582   934   934 W memtrack@1.0-se: type=1400 audit(0.0:16276): avc: denied { search } for name="proc" dev="debugfs" ino=19019 scontext=u:r:hal_memtrack_default:s0 tcontext=u:object_r:qti_debugfs:s0 tclass=dir permissive=0 ppid=1 pcomm="init" pgid=1 pgcomm="init"
01-26 19:52:18.955   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:20.801 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: VerifyAppsDataStore com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@88bc531[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 2]
01-26 19:52:20.802 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: Db-verify_apps.db com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@e7e1416[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 1]
01-26 19:52:20.938 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: Db-scheduler com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@4d17197[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 7]
01-26 19:52:20.939 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: InstallQueueDatabaseManager com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@f938f84[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 1]
01-26 19:52:20.959   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:27.702  1202  1330 E storaged: getDiskStats failed with result NOT_SUPPORTED and size 0
01-26 19:52:26.973   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 3 lines
01-26 19:52:28.977   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 19:52:30.287  1586  2979 D DhcpClient: doQuit
01-26 19:52:30.288  1586  2979 D ApfFilter: (wlan0): shutting down
01-26 19:52:30.298  1586  2979 D DhcpClient: onQuitting
01-26 19:52:30.299  1586 25716 D DhcpClient: Receive thread stopped
01-26 19:52:30.299   788   803 D CommandListener: Setting iface cfg

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01-26 20:00:59.900   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:07.916   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 4 lines
01-26 20:01:09.921   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:10.259   923  1054 D audio_hw_primary: adev_set_parameters: enter: wireless_charging=off
01-26 20:01:10.260   923  1054 D audio_hw_extn: audio_extn_set_anc_parameters: anc_enabled:0
01-26 20:01:10.641 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: BlockingExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@1c291f2[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 8]
01-26 20:01:10.642 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: LightweightExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@b7c1043[Running, pool size = 4, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 54]
01-26 20:01:10.948 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: bgExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@79986c0[Running, pool size = 4, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 29]
01-26 20:01:10.949 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: SimChangeExecutor com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@bed0ff9[Running, pool size = 1, active threads = 1, queued tasks = 4, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 20:01:11.267 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: InstallBackgroundThread com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@8096dd8[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 0]
01-26 20:01:11.923   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:15.933   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 2 lines
01-26 20:01:17.937   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:18.379   753   753 I QNS     : QNS: analytics
01-26 20:01:18.379   753   753 I QNS     : QNS: qnsa work
01-26 20:01:19.943   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:21.139 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: VerifyAppsDataStore com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@88bc531[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 2]
01-26 20:01:21.320 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: Db-scheduler com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@4d17197[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 7]
01-26 20:01:21.321 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: InstallQueueDatabaseManager com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@f938f84[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 1]
01-26 20:01:21.948   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:27.721  1202  1330 E storaged: getDiskStats failed with result NOT_SUPPORTED and size 0
01-26 20:01:27.959   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 3 lines
01-26 20:01:29.964   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:01:30.285  1586  2979 D DhcpClient: doQuit
01-26 20:01:30.286  1586  2979 D ApfFilter: (wlan0): shutting down
01-26 20:01:30.298  1586  2979 D DhcpClient: onQuitting
01-26 20:01:30.299  1586 26401 D DhcpClient: Receive thread stopped
01-26 20:01:30.300   788   803 D CommandListener: Setting iface cfg
01-26 20:01:30.318  2714  2714 I wpa_supplicant: wlan0: CTRL-EVENT-DISCONNECTED bssid=28:c2:dd:1c:5b:a7 reason=3 locally_generated=1
01-26 20:01:30.323  1586  1611 I EthernetTracker: interfaceLinkStateChanged, iface: wlan0, up: false
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01-26 20:05:15.037  1586  4887 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 20:05:15.046  1586  4887 I chatty  : uid=1000(system) Binder:1586_15 identical 5 lines
01-26 20:05:15.047 18754 27142 W TunnyBrowser_12.0.17: [Browser]make /storage/emulated/0/TunnyBrowser/files directory failed.
01-26 20:05:15.521 18754 27142 D SharedPreferencesImpl: Time required to fsync /data/user/0/mobi.mgeek.TunnyBrowser/shared_prefs/ticlock.xml: [<1: 0, <2: 0, <4: 0, <8: 0, <16: 13, <32: 91, <64: 12, <128: 2, <256: 1, <512: 8, <1024: 0, <2048: 0, <4096: 0, <8192: 0, <16384: 0, >=16384: 0]
01-26 20:05:15.540  1586  1598 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 20:05:15.541  1586  1598 I chatty  : uid=1000(system) Binder:1586_2 identical 2 lines
01-26 20:05:15.541  1586  1598 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 20:05:15.544  1586  4887 D StorageManagerService: isUserKeyUnlocked() called with: userId = [0]
01-26 20:05:16.319   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:05:18.323   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:05:18.708   753   753 I QNS     : QNS: analytics
01-26 20:05:18.709   753   753 I QNS     : QNS: qnsa work
01-26 20:05:20.328   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:05:21.286 21906 21926 I Finsky  : [399] com.google.android.finsky.bo.an.run(6): Stats for Executor: VerifyAppsDataStore com.google.android.finsky.bo.ao@88bc531[Running, pool size = 0, active threads = 0, queued tasks = 0, completed tasks = 2]
01-26 20:05:22.332   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:05:27.727  1202  1330 E storaged: getDiskStats failed with result NOT_SUPPORTED and size 0
01-26 20:05:26.340   942  2957 I chatty  : uid=1010 wifi@1.0-servic identical 2 lines
01-26 20:05:28.346   942  2957 I WifiHAL : event received NL80211_CMD_VENDOR, vendor_id = 0x1374, subcmd = 0xd
01-26 20:05:30.287  1586  2979 D DhcpClient: doQuit
01-26 20:05:30.288  1586  2979 D ApfFilter: (wlan0): shutting down
01-26 20:05:30.293  1586  2979 D DhcpClient: onQuitting
01-26 20:05:30.295  1586 26810 D DhcpClient: Receive thread stopped
01-26 20:05:30.296   788   803 D CommandListener: Setting iface cfg
01-26 20:05:30.317   788   795 I Netd    : Destroyed 9 sockets on 192.168.173.197 in 2.3 ms
01-26 20:05:30.318 24887 26831 V NativeCrypto: Read error: ssl=0x7262ae2608: I/O error during system call, Software caused connection abort
01-26 20:05:30.321  1586  1611 I EthernetTracker: interfaceLinkStateChanged, iface: wlan0, up: false
01-26 20:05:30.323 24887 26831 V NativeCrypto: SSL shutdown failed: ssl=0x7262ae2608: I/O error during system call, Broken pipe
01-26 20:05:30.324 24887 26831 E WakeLock: GCM_HB_ALARM release without a matched acquire!
01-26 20:05:30.324  2714  2714 I wpa_supplicant: wlan0: CTRL-EVENT-DISCONNECTED bssid=28:c2:dd:1c:5b:a7 reason=3 locally_generated=1
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well you get the point....
Hmm 20k characters; going to do some arbitrary chopping....

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Re: Wifi connection problem

I have a XZ1 Compact and have experienced the same issues since day one. It will drop the wifi signal even when I am within four feet of the router. After reading some of the posts I think that the only solution is to trash the Sony and buy something else. Sony used to make a premium product. What happened? Is all the R&D going into larger electronics like TV's

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Re: Wifi connection problem

I charged  few older devices; none of them are also disconnecting.

I thought it might be something like the auto scnning for wifi networks that causes it... but it doesn't have a correlation.

I was testing a webapp, this is chrome connected to the device through wifi, the browser is running on the phone, the disconnects happen quite regularly nd frequently.

They are abnormal closures with 1006 and no reason text (network disconnect).

 

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