08-08-2018 09:19 PM
Can anyone shed some light on why I would need to use the DNS Changer on my Samsung S7, my daughters J5 and my wifes S6.
I cant connect to my wifi at home without this app on all devices.
I have the Vodafone HG659 and as far as i know it's set to the default settings apart from 1 port forwarding rule for cctv. I have deleted the rule to see if anything changes but no good.
This doesn't seem to happen with apple phones and a lot of other android devices.
Would it be a Samsung thing ?, my son has a Samsung Tab 2 10" tablet and it works fine without the app.
I have also tried changing the DHCP setting on the phones to static and using google's 220.127.116.11 dns but still no good.
Searched the web and can't seem to fine and answer.
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09-08-2018 11:15 AM
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10-08-2018 04:54 PM
I have the Galaxy S9 currently - The S7 before that - and been to and from friends’ houses on the same product without issue connecting, so my feeling on this is it is not a Sansumg issue per say.
It is possible the devices have an old config stored if there was an update of some sort to the config. Have you tried to "forget" the wifi entirely, and then reconnect to it?
Basic and a bit of a long shot i know, but something that has saved me time and time again with Virgin Media