Wi-Fi Stopped Working while Phone and iPod is fine
I activated, jailbroke, and unlocked my out of the box iPhone for use on the Rogers (Canada) network. For the last week everything has been fine, but just yesterday the Wi-Fi no longer sees any networks. I've been trying to troubleshoot it myself, and here's what I know and why:
Wi-Fi Not Finding Networks
- Router was rebooted
- 3 other Macs and a PC on network can see and access the network
- Pulled out an old Linksys router and also was able to connect to it from my Mac
- The iPhone did not pick up any network all the while
Phone Still Works
- Able to make phone calls
iPod Still Works
- Able to watch videos and play music
The problem began when I unplugged the iPhone from the dock in the morning, it had been charging. When I tried to access the Internet, I was asked for the network password, which I had entered a week ago when I first got it unlocked. After two attempts at entering the password, I canceled and tried powering it down and then turning it back on. After this I was unable to see the network at all and that is the current state.
Third party applications I've installed, include VNotes, Installer.app, UIclt, Community Sources, Lighttpd, BSD Subsystem, and Services.app. I've since uninstalled UIclt. Speaking on pure speculation, the only app that might have triggered this is Services.app, but that's only because it can turn off Wi-Fi, searching around I haven't see this happening to people.
Speculation aside, has anyone else had this problem? What are my options here?
I've tried already:
Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings
Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset All Settings
Both have not remedied the situation. What are the next steps I can take? I've tried to be as detailed as possible, hopefully it's not overkill.