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- April 26, 2013 at 4:30 PM #11438
IPAD 2 that previously had been connected to wireless router, now after traveling to another location (connecting to different wireless network) will not connect to hm router. Receiving msg “unable to join network”. Have tried resetting router and resetting network settings on IPAD.
- May 7, 2013 at 8:31 AM #12084
i finally found where the problem is with ” unable to join network ” error message , after months of research and trying every single trick on the net not working , the problem is with channel overlapping from the router . i have downloaded ” inSSider ” network analyzer and found that my home network is overlapping with four other networks , though when i try to connect from another place where there is no channel overlapping it connects just fine . most routers use 2.5 Mhz frequency , so you get a lot of overlapping there , but if you try to connect from a 5 Mhz router , its fine . so you could download the inSSider app for pc and check for the channel where there is no channel overlapping and use this channel . This is a hardware issue anyway , if the wifi circuit and wifi antenna are ok in your phone then you should not have any problem connecting , but if either of them are faulty , you will get that error . so you either fix it or taking it to apple to replace it . and it is possible that when you go to apple store you would not see the problem , thats what happened to me , that is because they probably have a 5 Mhz router and that would rarely interfere with other networks .