In June, Carl Schou shared on Twitter that when an iPhone or iPad connects to a Wi-Fi network called “% p% s% s% s% s% n”, all connectivity functions turn off and it is not possible connection to any Wi-Fi network. Currently, the second name of the network is known, which causes much more problems than the first.
For a network named “% p% s% s% s% s% n”, it was enough to reset the network settings. Schou announced today on Twitter that connecting to a network called “% secretclub% power” also disables Wi-Fi functionality, but in this case it is not enough to reset the network settings. During the tests, his iPhone did not activate the Wi-Fi function after resetting the network settings several times and restarting the smartphone several times. The solution is to factory reset your device. Schou even contacted Apple’s device security team, but has yet to receive a response on this.
It is highly likely that there are many more string combinations that cause similar problems. To avoid problems, do not connect to unknown networks, especially those with the “%” sign or other unusual symbols in the name.
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