Redmi & Mi, despite being such giant brands globally, is a subbrand of Xiaomi. Since All of the companies belongs to a single brand Hardware, Software and feature are kind of similar that’s why the Wi-FI keeps disconnecting issue is common & solution are pretty common.
So today in this post solutions that I found prominent and working I have tried to share them with you.
Solutions to Redmi tv wifi keeps disconnecting
If your Redmi TV’s WiFi connection keeps dropping, it can be frustrating and disrupt your ability to use the TV.
1. Wifi Connection Issue
Check the WiFi connection on other devices in your home. If other devices are also experiencing connectivity issues, the problem may be with your WiFi router or your internet service provider.
If you are using a 5GHz WiFi network, try switching to a 2.4GHz network. Some devices, including some TVs, may have difficulty connecting to a 5GHz network.
To check the WiFi connection on a Redmi TV, you can follow these steps:
- Press the Home button on the remote control to go to the main screen.
- Scroll down to the “Settings” icon and select it.
- Scroll down to “Network & Internet” and select it.
- Select “Wi-Fi” from the menu on the left.
- You should see a list of available WiFi networks. If you see your WiFi network listed, it means that your Redmi TV is connected to WiFi.
You can also check the status of your WiFi connection by looking at the icon at the top right of the screen. If the icon is green, it means that the Redmi TV is connected to WiFi. If the icon is gray, it means that the Redmi TV is not connected to WiFi.
If your Redmi TV is not connected to WiFi, you can try to connect it by following these steps:
- Go to the “Wi-Fi” settings as described above.
- Select the name of your WiFi network from the list of available networks.
- Enter the password for your WiFi network when prompted.
- Wait for the Redmi TV to connect to the WiFi network. This may take a few minutes.
If you are having trouble connecting to WiFi, you can try to resolve the issue by restarting your router or modem. Try to connect another device or phone to WiFi, if it doesn’t connect it means Wi-Fi has an issue. So, you may need to contact your internet service provider for further assistance.
Also, consider these minor points:
- If you have other devices that use the same WiFi network as your Redmi TV, try temporarily disabling their WiFi connections to see if that helps resolve the issue with your TV.
- Make sure that your Redmi TV is properly positioned in relation to your WiFi router. The signal strength can be reduced if there are walls or other objects between the two devices.
- If you are using a powerline adapter to connect your Redmi TV to the internet, make sure that it is functioning properly.
- If you are using a wireless extender or repeater to extend the range of your WiFi network, try disabling it and connecting your Redmi TV directly to your WiFi router to see if that helps.
2. Network standby or Quick start
Some TVs have a “network standby” or “quick start” feature that allows them to turn on and connect to the internet quickly. If this feature is enabled on your Redmi TV, it may be causing the WiFi connection to drop when the TV is in standby mode. Try disabling this feature to see if it helps.
To disable Network standby or Quick start on a Redmi TV, you can follow these steps:
- Go to the main menu of your Redmi TV.
- Select “Settings” and then navigate to the “Power” or “System” menu.
- Find the option for “Network Standby” or “Quick Start” and toggle it off.
- Save the changes and exit the menu.
If you are unable to find the option for Network Standby or Quick Start, or if you have any other issues with disabling these features, you may want to check the user manual for your TV or contact the manufacturer for further assistance.
If you are using a wired Ethernet connection to connect your Redmi TV to the internet, make sure that the Ethernet cable is securely plugged into both the TV and the router.
Check to see if there are any other devices on your network that may be using a lot of bandwidth and causing the connection to drop.
Restart your Redmi TV and your WiFi router to see if that helps resolve the issue. Restarting TV & Wi-Fi routers helps to solve various glitches and misconfigurations easily.
4. Update your TV
Check for any available updates for your Redmi TV and make sure that it is running the latest version of its operating system.
If none of these suggestions help, you may want to try contacting the manufacturer of your Redmi TV for further assistance.