How to Fix Stuck Obtaining IP Address in WiFi on Android (Obtaining IP Address Loop)

Wi-Fi issue: Android device gets stuck on Obtaining IP Address while connecting to Wi-Fi Network

Stuck Obtaining IP address is a rather spread Wi-Fi issue on Android devices. You can encounter it on all versions of Android OS. The error appears when you try to connect either to already saved Wi-Fi network or after you typed a password for a new wireless network. The problem looks like the following: you turn on Wi-Fi, try to connect to your router but your Android device does not connect to Wi-Fi network. When you enter the WiFi settings you can see: “Connecting…”, “Obtaining IP address” or “Obtaining IP address from” that goes on in an infinite loop. Sometimes it says “Failed to obtain IP address”. The result of all those error is the same: you cannot connect to the Internet and consequently you are unable to use most of your apps.

It should be said that you may encounter the stuck Obtaining IP address wifi issue on Android 2.3.6, Android Jelly Bean 4.4.2, Android 4.4.2 KitKat as well as on Android 5. Sometimes people on the Internet report the problem even on Android 7 Nougat and 6 Marshmallow. The issue can occur on Samsung Galaxy, HTC, OnePlus and other devices. Very often CyanogenMod users are suffering the same glitch. So you can try the guide on any Android  smartphone or tablet. The steps are basically the same for all brands and models. So let us find out how to fix stuck Obtaining IP address while connecting to Wi-Fi on AndroidContinue reading

SplenDO: To Do List With Reminder For Android

What is SplenDO

SplenDO is a perfect to do list app for Android developed by Splend Apps. It is very convenient for managing all your tasks: you can create separate task lists and set up reminders for each task. The great advantage is that you can customize a lot of settings to your taste. Continue reading

How to disable auto replace on Android

disable auto replace on android

Many users search how to disable annoying auto replace (auto correct) on Android smartphones. The function itself can be really useful for people who use only bookish vocabulary. It is designed to complete or replace the typed word with the most probable one to ease the typing process. But in many cases, especially when the slang words are used, this feature can bring the user to a white heat replacing words with absolutely wrong ones. Here is how to disable auto replace on Android. We will show you pics about how to turn off the feature on Samsung Keyboard using our Galaxy S4 on Android 5 and on GBoard.  Continue reading