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How to Solve Nokia Lumia 800 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Problems?

How to Solve Nokia Lumia 800 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Problems?

Problems

Wi-Fi Problems

  • Wi-Fi is not connecting on your phone.
  • Wi-Fi device not found.
  • Wi-Fi appears to be disabled.
  •  Data packets not transferring.

Bluetooth Problems

  • Phone not pairing with other phone.
  • Data transfer failed.
  • No Device was found.
  • Bluetooth appears to be disabled.
  • Data packets are halted during transfer.

Reasons of Problems

  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi settings might be out, as this thing also causes this problem.
  • Sometimes Lumia 800 device’s Wi-Fi might not be compatible with router.
  • Bluetooth of other device might be out of order.
  • Your phone or other device might be invisible, check visibility status.
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antenna or its contact pins might be damaged. This normally happens due to rough usage or any kind of physical collision.
  • Circuit from secondary antenna might be open.
  • Problems could be with your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi IC.

Workaround

For Wi-Fi

  • Toggle ON / OFF Wi-Fi multiple times and check.
  • Toggle your Wi-Fi device ON / OFF.
  • Restart your phone and check.
  • Reset your phone’s Wi-Fi settings and check.
  • Reset your Wi-Fi device.

For Bluetooth

  • Toggle your phone’s Bluetooth ON / OFF multiple times and check.
  • Check visibility status of both devices, as if any one of them in invisible then you won’t be able to connect with it.
  • Try device searching multiple times.
  • Refresh your device search.
  • If all the above method fails to resolve your issue then restart your phone and check.

Tools Required

You need:

  • Multi meter.
  • Soldering Gun.
  • Jumper Wire.
  • Heat gun.
  • Star screw driver.
  • Plastic separation tool for disassembling.

Hardware Solution

bluetooth and wi-fi antenna contacts

  • Clean Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antenna contacts as well as antenna contact pins and check.

contact pins, secondary camera and IC

  • Gently pull up antenna contact pins and check, if that doesn’t work then you need to re-solder your antenna contact pins.
  • Now check continuity of secondary antenna, if circuit is open then place a jumper across, it will get the job done right.
  • If all of the above mentioned steps fail then gently heat Bluetooth and Wi-Fi IC, if it still fails then replace it, this will surely get the job done right, but make sure that this step should be considered as the last option.

Make sure that you check status of your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi after every step, so that you may know what the actual cause of problem was and you won’t need to repeat any of the above mentioned steps.  

 

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