I haven't seen this as an issue yet, that's interesting.
Have you tried a master reset on the device?
Lots of reports on LG G3 Marshmallow Update breaking many user controls including WiFi settings.
It feels like what you are experiencing is related to broken permissions.
Here are a few things that may help:
- Turn Off WiFi Calling
- Wipe Cache
- Set GPS to NOT use WiFi Networks for more accurate Location Services (Disable "Allow WiFi Scans")
- If all else fails, Master Reset.
I did try all given suggestions. But still doesnt working.
Need to try Master Reset which I will be doing tonight.Will update you by tomorrow.
After the Master Reset, DO NOT Restore from your backup before testing whether it fixed the WiFi problem or not.
Master Reset gives you a fresh system with no user settings. I am pretty sure a fresh system with "default" settings should not have such an issue. Once you test the functionality and verify that it is fixed, then restore your apps and settings from your backup.
If a Master Reset fails to fix it, it is more likely a hardware issue (or something related to the settings on AP). But before taking that path, you may consider going back to Lollipop using LG tools (not sure if that is possible as I never owned an LG phone but it likely is)
Hey patrikshah, just wanted to ask, have you tried the reset? I agree that'll you'll want to keep from putting your info back on the phone until you make sure the Wi-Fi is working properly. Let us know. Thanks!
After the recent software update, my LG G3 got a blue screen and will no longer turn on. Read it is happening to tons of people, especially those of us that got our phones in 2014. Followed all the suggestions to no avail. Odds are, motherboard is fried. LG will have to figure something out or I bet a hefty lawsuit is headed their way from tons of unsatisfied customers.