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Disable Adaptive Connectivity
On Google Pixel phones, there’s a setting called “Adaptive Connectivity.” The idea of this is that it automatically switches between different network standards – 3G, 4G, 5G – depending on the bandwidth required by whatever activity you’re doing (so streaming will go on 5G while lighter activities like messaging apps will use 4G).
What many people don’t know is that Adaptive Connectivity “listens” for Wi-Fi connections too, and may be switching your Wi-Fi on if it deems that to be the best connection type for your activity.
To turn off this feature, go to “Settings -> Network & Internet -> Adaptive connectivity”, and turn it off there.
How do I automatically connect to my home WiFi?
Auto-connect from an iPhone
- From your Home screen, go to Settings > WiFi.
- Turn on WiFi.
- Your phone will automatically search for available WiFi networks, then tap the name of your home network.
- Enter your network password.
Why does my WiFi connection keep dropping?
Here are some potential fixes for your WiFi Internet connection issues: Move closer to the WiFi router / hotspot. Update your WiFi adapter drivers and WiFi router firmware by checking the manufacturers’ websites. Reset your router, restart your smartphone / computer.
How to Stop WiFi from Automatically Turning on Windows 10
If you are facing the problem of Wi-Fi turning on automatically on your Windows 10 PC, you can take the following steps to solve it.
Step 1: Go to ‘Network & Internet settings’ from the start bar.
Step 2: Go to Wi-Fi option on the left side.
Step 3: On the right side, if Wi-Fi is turned on, toggle it off.
Step 4: Then you will see a list under ‘Turn Wi-Fi back on’. From that list, select Manually option.
That is how to stop WiFi from turning on automatically on Windows 10.
The Turn-On Wi-Fi Automatically feature on Android turns on your Wi-Fi connection and connects to a nearby, recognized Wi-Fi network automatically without your intervention. This feature is available from Android 9 and designed to prevent excess data consumption from mobile data.
Your Wi-Fi turns on automatically due to Android’s ‘Wi-Fi Wakeup’ feature. The feature turns on your Wi-Fi automatically without your intervention and connects to the nearby, recognized Wi-Fi network.
To stop Wi-Fi from turning off automatically for Android phones, you need to go to Settings> Network and Internet > Wi-Fi > Wi-Fi Preferences. Then toggle off ‘Turn on Wi-Fi automatically’ option.
If you are dealing with wifi turning off on its own, we hope this article has helped resolve the issue. As usual, let us know if you have any questions or comments. We would love to hear from you.