HTC is an excellent mobile manufacturer, but it seems that the company was stumbling for the past few years. However, they did manage to get back in the competition because of their latest flagships. These mobiles offer solid battery life, unique features, attractive design, impressive camera, and top of the line specifications.
Also, to add an extra layer of security, most of the new HTC flagships come with water and dust resistance facility. All the above-mentioned features and much more are incorporated in HTC U11. If you are looking for a smartphone that has everything to offer, we suggest you get your hands on this amazing piece of technology.
There is no doubt that HTC U11 is an outstanding phone, but like any other smartphone, U11 also has problems. There are a number of issues that are being repeatedly reported by users. In this article, we are going to talk about the connectivity issues of HTC U11. Connectivity issue is one of the most common issue faced in all Android devices and in the tutorial below we are going to solve this issue in HTC U11.
Connectivity issues is among the most common issues, a large number of people tend to face Wi-Fi or Bluetooth issues when you purchase a new device. Same is the same with HTC U11.
- Turn off and on the Wi-Fi router of your phone for about 10 seconds. After that simply turn it back on and check.
- Make sure that the power saving mode is not enabled on your phone. You can do that by going to Settings>Power Saving.
- Analyze the channel that you are using via Wi-Fi Analyzer. If it is very crowded, we suggest that you look for another one.
- Try forgetting the saved Wi-Fi, and then connect them again by re-entering login name and password.
- The router firmware should be up to date.
- Both the software and applications should be up to date.
- Make sure that your device’s MAC address is not blocked by the router’s MAC filter. You can check your MAC address by going to Wi-Fi, Setting and Advanced.
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- If you are unable to connect your phone to your car via Bluetooth, check the car’s manufacturer’s manual. Make the connection accordingly.
- Make sure that you do not leave out any imperative step.
- Delete all prior paired device and try to connect them again. You can do that by going to Setting>Bluetooth.
- If you are facing the problem of multiple device connections, then you would have to wait for the future update.