Redmi K50i comes with Octa-core (2.85 GHz, Quad Core + 2 GHz, Quad core)MediaTek Density, 6.6 inches (16.76cm)407 PPI, IPS LCD 144 Hz Refresh Rate, 64 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP Triple Primary Cameras, 16 MP Front Camera 5080 mAh battery with Turbo Charging.
Recently one of my friends called and asked for help, he said, “My Redmi K50i has various Wi-Fi issues” so I mate him and tried some solutions which worked for him.
So today in this post I am sharing those solutions with you so you can solve this issue easily on your Nord.
Fix: WiFi Not Working Problem in Redmi K50i
1. Check your Wi-Fi working or not
Many times if your Wi-Fi is not working you blame your smartphone but it’s not right every time, there may be issues with your Wi-Fi router too or hotspot source too.
Low latency/ weak networks will not work for you so to check you can go to the Speedtest site to check the speed of your network Or you can connect another device to the same network and check if the network is working or not.
2. Turn on Airplane mode
When you are using your phone constantly it may show some issues regarding the Wi-Fi so in this situation try to turning on the Wi-Fi for about 10 seconds and then turn off the Airplane mode again this may help to solve the issues regarding your Wi-FI.
3. Restart the Router or Hotspot from another device
Sometimes the network where you are connected becomes useless because it gets some misconfiguration.
So in this case you can try to turn off the hotspot or the router from where you were getting Wi-Fi. In the case of a router, you reset it.
After resetting try connecting to that network again it will probably work now if it didn’t work, then the next solution must work for you.
4. Try Connecting to another network
Sometimes the currently connected network may have some issues so try to connect your Wi-Fi to another network and see if it works or not. After some time you can try to connect to the old network where you were struggling to run the internet. Now you will be able to use that internet. If not then try the following solution.
5. Check for phone update
There may be some issues with the currently running software version thus no matter what solutions you follow the problems related to this issue will persist with your phone in this case you should update your phone system.
To update your Phone system follow the steps given below:
- Navigate to Settings
- Then go to System Updates.
- Then tap download Update.
- After downloading just tap on Install Now.
- Your smartphone will be upgraded in 5 to 10 minutes.
Hope these methods will for you to solve issues related to Wi-Fi, which method worked for you please mention them for others.