We all know that Cherry Mobile phones is one of the known local brand in Philippines as it offers very affordable price on their products, here's a proof by just looking at Android phones and Tablets Price List. They do have mobile phones running on Android Gingerbread to Jellybean, from basic smart phone to quad core equipped processor device. Some users are satisfied and some are having trouble with on basic settings of their phone, like for example Wi-Fi connection problem. If you're sick of troubleshooting the connectivity on your Cherry Mobile phone and still you are not able to connect to the internet even you’re connected through Wi-Fi then this post may help you in a little way.
Wi-Fi Connectivity Problem
In this tip where focusing on Cherry Mobile Gingerbread OS phones like Snap, Jade, Charm, Bubble, Spark TV, Sapphire and more. This is no just for this brand but also for other phone running on same Android OS like MyPhone, Cloudfone, Torque, SKK and other local and known brands. The symptoms of this problem is basically the Wi-Fi connectivty, you cannot browse using your default browser even if your connected to your Wi-Fi network or hotspot but you can connect to internet using third party browser like Opera Mini. Sounds weird, right? You don't even know what is the cause of the problem if you’re just a normal phone user. Actually, the problem is just on your WLAN settings, maybe you accidentally tab an option and don't know what is that all about or how is that related to Wi-FI connectivity.
Connecting your Phone to Wi-Fi network
I know you know all of us know this drill already, but for the purpose of troubleshooting your browser connectivity via Wi-Fi we need to do it step by step again. Go through the steps below.
Go to Menu > Settings > Wireless & networks> tap on WLAN to turn on.
Tap on WLAN settings, and then connect to your Wi-FI network (key-in the password to connect)
Once connected and still you cannot browse to the internet using default browser. Below is the solution that you looking for.
- Go to Menu, click on Settings then Wireless & networks.
- In Wireless and networks settings, tap on WLAN settings.
- You will see WLAN settings and WLAN networks, tap on Option button (left/right of the Home button)
- Go to Advanced, scroll down to Proxy settings then uncheck 'Use Proxy'.
- Go to your default Android browser, try browsing!
If you have any other problem with your Wi-Fi or mobile network connectivity on your Anroid phone, feel free to post it below for us and others may help you.