A New Bug Found That Breaks Wi-Fi on iOS Devices 1
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On iOS devices in the past weeks which completely eliminates the Wi-Fi feature a new bug was discovered not long after a bug was found. When this error is triggered, turn Wi-Fi back on. disables it completely.

Wi-Fi network name in error that appeared 2 weeks ago ā€œ%p%s%s%s%s%nā€ If your phone was connected to a Wi-Fi network with that name, the Wi-Fi feature would be completely disabled. This time the mistake is Wi-Fi network name.

Do not connect if you find a network named ‘%secretclub%power’

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At this point now %s’, ‘%p’ and ‘%n’

Wi-Fi network names using character strings are thought to cause the error. In the previous network name when you reset network settings the error was fixed and your phone was able to connect to the internet again. However, the person who revealed the problem says that the error persists this time despite resetting the network settings.

The only option that can be made at this point is to use the device. reset to factory settings

It looks like . However, it should be noted that this is not a tested and approved way and there is no guarantee.

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