So you have a home charger? If yes, try this.Me too, but since I’ve now lost 4G and WiFi I don’t imagine OTA will work so it’ll be a trip back to Volvo
before starting this you need to offer a sacrifice of tofu to an Ingenlath idol.So you have a home charger? If yes, try this.
1. Turn off data in the settings screen
2. Disable wifi
3. Plug in the car and start charger
4. Hold down home button (short white line at bottom of screen) for 30s and system will reboot
5. Enable data and WiFi in settings
Does your 4G set restored? I doubt it'll work but it worked for me twice at public chargers when I have lost 4G. Something about plugging in and charging seems to kick the 4G back in action but it's not 100% reliable as I've found.
There used to be many issues with 2.4 and 5, and also something to do with WPA. Search the forum. One suggestion was to set up a 2.4 network on the router that did not support WPA. Unfortunately my garage is insulated from my network, sees the neighbours.I'm going to try connecting to my wi-fi again today. It's never once worked for me. Luckily I generally have good 4G connectivity.
I have installed a wi-fi repeater specifically for the car about 4m from it but inside the house. So there is a brick wall in the way I guess. Anyone know where the car's antenna is?
I'll report back later...
Any device that -needs- WPS should be thrown in the bin IMO... It's a dreadful standard and no surprise that it's not supported on any decent kit!Great test @stevelup So would this mean WPS needs to be permanently off in order for the car to see the SSID? Or does it need to connect once, then you can re-enable WPS. I don't use WPS much at home, but sometimes there are devices that are virtually impossible to add to the network without it.
I suppose enabling WPS when required isn't a massive issue and tbh is probably a lot more secure being how insecure WPS is 🙂