I have been using the Tmobile CellSpot router for about 8 months now, and everything was working properly. Just today, I can't seem to connect my phone to 5GHz wifi. It was working fine yesterday, now all over the sudden it doesn't work. Only 2.4GHz and ethernet are working right now.
I tried to connect on the Galaxy Note 4, iPad Air 2, and the iPhone 6 Plus (all support 5GHz wifi), doesn't seem to work.
I tried restarting the router and my cable modem, and tried resetting the router, it doesn't seem to work either. Now I am being forced to use the 2.4GHz band right now, I can't seem to fix the 5GHz wifi problem. Should I ask for a return?
I am to hear that it appears that your router has stopped working all of the sudden for the 5GHz band. We can certainly look into a replacement for you. Can you please contact us at 611 from a T-Mobile device or 1-800-937-8997, contact us on our Facebook page or tag @T-MobileHelp on Twitter so we can get more details and get this done for you? Thanks!
Have you tried backing up the settings, doing a complete factory reset then testing the router, first without reloading the settings, then with the settings reloaded?
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Just wanted to do an update if no one figured it out already. There was someone on another topic that suggested to turn off the 4G LTE Signal Booster from T-Mobile if you have one. It worked for whatever reason. My 5GHz is back. I asked T-Mobile to replace my Wifi Booster cause I thought there was something wrong with my router, but it seems like the Signal Booster interferes with the Wifi Booster.
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