Authentication problem occurs when the “handshake” between a router and a gadget fails for any number of reasons.
The handshake first consists of the gadget sending a connection request along with the password in an encrypted form to the router.
1) Forget the network in your phone and enter the password again.
How do I fix an authentication problem?
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Why does my phone keep saying authentication problem?
Solution 1: Reset your Android Wi-Fi connection
You can remove the wireless network from your device and add it back as a new wireless connection, which usually is the primary solution to most Android Wi-Fi authentication problem. Navigate to the Settings app on your phone then seek out Wi-Fi under Network connections.
What is meant by authentication problem in WiFi?
There are times when users get an authentication error while connecting to a Wifi network. The problem is mostly found in Android whenever a device tries to establish a connection to Wifi. If your device is also experiencing an authentication problem Wifi, then don’t worry. It can easily be resolved.
What does authentication error mean?
I get a message that says “Authentication failed” This kind of error happens when your instant messaging service is not allowing you to connect because it does not recognize your username or password for some reason. Make sure that you are connected to the Internet, or to a local area network.
How do I fix hotspot authentication problem?
Try changing security protocol, for example, if it’s WPA – change it to WPA2 on the Hotspot. And then try connecting to the Wi-Fi network. You can even set your Android Wi-Fi manually by clicking ‘Forget network’ and under Advance, setting click on ‘Add network’ option and then select your preferred options.
What to do if there is authentication problem in WiFi?
If the router screen password is found okay but still the authentication problem persists, then try changing security protocol (for example, if it’s WPA – change it to WPA2) on the router. and try entering info manually, clicking forget and using “add network” option in the phone’s WiFi settings.