How to fix Wi-Fi issues after removal of Kaspersky InternetAndroid Security for ?

Smartphones are almost taking the world by storm, indeed a small mini-world captured in a small device. There is nothing left out that you can’t do through smartphone from banking, shopping, ordering food, booking-hotel, flight, cab, and many more.

Kaspersky Wifi Error

With the advanced technology comes an easy target of getting hacked or infected with viruses, malware, Trojan, and many new viruses, which not only steals your confidential data, files but also bank account information linked with it. The user needs to be cautious about all this and should take one step ahead by protecting their devices with a total protection shield like Kaspersky Antivirus. And it has earned the most notable and reliable internet security software in the field of the digital world.

Among the other products of Kaspersky Lab, Kaspersky Internet Security for Android is one of them. Some of the brilliant features of Kaspersky Activation is –

§  It blocks the vulnerable apps, websites, and web links.

§  It keeps the user’s details in safe mode.

§  It helps to protect your data on missing devices.

Usually, Kaspersky Internet Security for Android works brilliantly on  Smartphones, with no negative reviews from the users as such. However, sometimes, the user may face certain issues like after uninstalling Kaspersky Internet Security for Android from their mobile phone, Wi-Fi connection isn’t working or isn’t getting connected.

This may take place in the two cases-

·         The option ‘Scan apps that connect to the Internet’ is turned on in the Kaspersky Internet Security in the ‘Web Protection’ settings.

·         Kaspersky Internet Security for Android has been removed as a common app, not just from the product interface.

Kaspersky Lab’s proxy server hasn’t been removed from the network settings. Check out the steps listed below to fix the issues-

1.      On your Android phone, go for ‘Settings’ option.

2.      Then look for ‘Wi-Fi’ option.

3.      Select the network from the list to which you wanted to connect.

4.      Click on the option ‘Modify network’.

5.      In the ‘Proxy server’ option, select the menu, followed by ‘None’ option.

Ragnar is a professional technical writer who completed Masters of engineering management from Princeton University, US and has been writing for past 11 years. He transforms technical information using a comprehensive and easy approach for all the readers and tech lovers to understand the complexity of respective subject. Covering the area of hardware such as brother printers to software like Kaspersky, Ragnar’s articles help users to clarify their doubts

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