A certain network name disables iPhone Wi-Fi functions

Carl Schou shared on Twitter that when your iPhone or iPad connects to a Wi-Fi network called “% p% s% s% s% s% n”, all connectivity features turn off and you cannot connect to any Wi-Fi network.

The error also causes other functions that use network connections, such as AirDrop, to stop working in the devices.

Interestingly, the problem persists after restarting the device. The solution is to reset the network settings. To do this, in the Settings application, select the General tab, then Reset and tap on Network Settings. This will reset all saved Wi-Fi networks and cellular settings.

Source: 9To5Mac

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