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Offer valid 11/25/22-11/27/22. Avail. for new customers only. Limit 1 device/line. Req. new phone activation (port or non-port) on the $50 or $60 Unlimited single line plan. Excl. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Excl. ports from Sprint-related carriers. Purchase a Boost Mobile phone in store and receive a $200 virtual prepaid card after 3rd monthly payment, submission of a properly completed redemption form, and satisfaction of all offer requirements. A valid customer email address is required at the point of activation. Sales tax is not included and is collected in accordance with state and local laws. 3rd monthly payment must be made by 2/27/23 to qualify. Allow up to 6-8 weeks for delivery of gift card. In sel. markets (excl. boostmobile.com or national retailers). Selection & availability vary by retailer. Other terms: Offers/coverage not avail. everywhere or for all phones/networks. Voice roaming not avail. on iPhone. Boost reserves right to change or cancel an offer at any time. Prohibited network use rules & other restrictions apply. See participating dealers for details. ©2022 DISH Wireless L.L.C. All rights reserved.
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Ratings and Reviews
Should be called Roost not Boost
Well I wasted the best part of an hour speaking to a robot followed by two other roosters who couldn’t help out. I thought I had a simple problem how wrong could I be. I have a prepaid account which has 208 GB which expires August 2023, I have been unable to use it even though I have full 4G available. My wife is also Boost customer and she is having the same issues, will not connect or load the page. The problem is during the day, night time is slow but achievable. I asked for a supervisor which they danced around, I asked for the case to be escalated, again they danced around and eventually the signal was lost and the conversation gone! Trust me, don’t be misled by a polished sales pitch. These guys really are crooks just take a look at the bad reviews regarding Boost. I’am opting out hopefully get a refund but I will definitely be putting pressure on their necks.
I’m very sorry to hear about this experience with our network and customer service. Rest assure that we will escalate it to the proper department so we can ensure that your issue gets resolved. Would you mind reaching out to us at [email protected] with your contact details so we can better help you?
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Data Bar Problem
For everyone who is complaining about the data bar not showing progress, I have a solution. When your in the app and on the Home Screen you need to turn off your wifi and enable your mobile data (if you haven’t already) and the bar should reload and show up. Once your done looking or whatever just turn your wifi back on and exit the app. This seemed to work just fine for me but it is a bit annoying when I’m at home and I want to check my balance and I have to turn off my wifi just to check it. But overall the app is fine if your just using it to check your usage and days, but for anything other than that the app falls behind. Overall the UI is nice but you need to fix a lot of things and make the app more in-app friendly, as a lot of buttons just take you to their website instead of it happening inside the app.
Not That Bad
Other reviews are incredibly exaggerated on the negatives of this app. Sure, it’s not perfect, but it works just fine.
Most of the complaints seem to be directed to the telstra login and boost ID. If all you want to do is check your data usage and recharge then you don’t need to worry about either.
When you first open the app it will prompt you to log into a telstra account. Just close out of that and your data usage and days left will be displayed. If you choose to recharge in the app it will open a browser in-app, but that’s hardly a reason for a 1 star review. If you want to make automatic payments and didn’t choose to do so during activation, you will have to use the website and possibly create a boost ID, i’m not sure.
Either way I feel the main point of the app for most people will just be to check on their data usage and how many days left until recharge, and it does that just fine. It would be nice to have a widget I can add to the home screen, that would be my only request.
All the issues that the people leaving enraged reviews have, all come down to user error. Just my two cents.
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Need to find a Xiaomi phone? How to start searching for the location of a smartphone if you lost Xiaomi – Moscow and the region
Losing a phone is unpleasant. But it’s much more unpleasant to lose everything that was stored on it along with the mobile. If you are the owner of a Xiaomi phone, read our article soon: we tell you how to quickly find a gadget and what you need for this.
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Useful thing: Mi and Google accounts
Google and Mi accounts are used to search and block a smartphone. These are two different accounts, but in the matter of finding a lost device, they offer the same features.
Even if you’re not the type to lose things all the time, create a Google and Mi account anyway, just in case. With Google, everything is simple – here an account is usually created immediately after buying a smartphone, otherwise it will not work to download applications. This is a simple process, so it will not stop there. But with the Mi profile, you will need to tinker a bit.
Mi profile: create a Mi account
This account will allow you to access the Xiaomi proprietary ecosystem. To create it, go to “Settings” and find the item “Mi account”. Click on it and register.
But it’s not enough to use the search function. You also need to access Xiaomi cloud storage and enable search. To do this, in the Mi account:
- find the item Xiaomi Cloud and click on it;
- Move the slider next to “Search for device” to the right to make it active.
If you have not yet connected to Xiaomi’s proprietary cloud storage, you will need to provide a phone number and enter a password. After that, you will have access to the cloud. It makes it possible not only to store files, but also to search for a mobile device if you suddenly lost it.
How to search for a smartphone through a Mi account
You can find a smartphone through the Xiaomi cloud. You can enter it:
- through the Xiaomi Cloud mobile app pre-installed on another smartphone or tablet;
- through the site that opens via the link i.mi.com – from any device connected to the Internet.
Your account has a Find My Device button. If you have multiple devices and they are connected to the same account, select the one you want to search. If it is connected to the Internet, the cloud will see where it is now.
Click on the image of the smartphone you are looking for in the upper right corner of the screen. Three icons will become available to you:
- lost mode;
- erase data.
If you select “Sound”, the phone will turn on the ringtone for a while at maximum volume. This option is suitable if you assume that your Xiaomi is nearby, for example, somewhere at home.
Lost Mode allows you to remotely lock your phone. Even if it is not currently connected to the network, the blocking will work the first time you connect to the Internet. After that, to unlock, you will need to enter the password from the Mi account on the phone.
“Erase data” – a solution in case you are not sure that you can return the missing device. If you select this item, all information, including contacts, email and photos, will be erased without the possibility of recovery. In this case, you can remotely control the phone, for example, first erase the data, and then block it.
How to search for a Xiaomi smartphone through a Google account
Xiaomi mobile devices run on the Android operating system. Therefore, their owners can use the same features that are available to owners of other smartphones with Android, including search through a Google account.
Sign in to your Google account.
From the menu on the left, select Security. Scroll down the screen until you see “Your Devices”. Below it, there is a button “Find my lost device”.
Click the button and select the gadget you want to search for in the list that opens. Through a Google account, you can search for any mobile devices with the Android operating system. Not only those released by Xiaomi.
A map will open showing you where the phone is currently located, provided it is turned off and has an internet connection.
On the left there is a menu that allows you to:
- ring the device — it will beep for 5 minutes, even if it is muted;
- block your smartphone – you can add a message to its screen, for example, “If you found a phone, call +7 XXX XXX XX XX”. Its location after the blocking will still be determined;
- wipe data – all personal information will be erased, and it will be impossible to locate the phone after clearing the data.
Find me Device or Find My Device has the same functionality. Install it on another smartphone, and it will show all mobile devices associated with this account, as well as give the opportunity to sound an alarm on them, block or erase data from them.
As you can see, the owner of a Xiaomi phone has tools at its disposal to simplify the search for a missing device. But they:
- do not guarantee that the lost device can be found;
- work provided that you have created Mi and Google accounts, and the phone itself is active and connected to the Internet.
Therefore: be careful and try to leave the phone in your field of vision. This is the surest way not to lose it 🙂
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The phone does not connect to Wi-Fi.
Internet does not work. Why and what to do?
On modern phones, the ability to make mobile phone calls is just one of the functions. And for many, this feature is not the most demanded. What do we mostly do on a smartphone? We watch videos, use social networks, chat in instant messengers, browse websites, play games, etc., and for this we need an Internet connection. And when the phone does not connect to Wi-Fi, and the mobile Internet is very slow, expensive, or not available at all, then this is a whole tragedy. A phone without the Internet, like a computer – it’s not clear why you need it 🙂
Maybe I’m exaggerating a little, but basically it’s true. All phones that run on Android (Samsung, Lenovo, Huawei, Xiaomi, Sony, Asus, Meizu and others) and iOS (Apple iPhone) require an internet connection. At least for setting up, updating programs and systems, synchronization, etc. Now there are no problems with this. Almost every home has a Wi-Fi router that distributes a wireless network. There are open Wi-Fi networks of neighbors, and a lot of open networks from shopping centers, cafes, shops and other establishments. Even subways, trains, buses and planes have Wi-Fi. You can always stay online even without mobile Internet.
But very often the phone simply does not want to connect to Wi-Fi. Such problems happen not only with open, public networks (where, as a rule, the problem is on the side of the network itself), but also with home Wi-Fi. Usually I have problems connecting to one particular network. And sometimes the smartphone just works with the router, then disconnects from it and does not connect again. Or refuses to connect after replacing the router, some settings, installing programs, etc.
We will look at solutions for Android phones. If you have an iPhone, then see the article iPhone or iPad does not connect to Wi-Fi and what to do if the iPhone (iPad) does not see Wi-Fi.
Why is there no Wi-Fi connection on my phone and what should I do first?
First of all, it is very important to determine what exactly the problem is in your case:
- The phone does not connect to the Wi-Fi network at all. Writes “Saved”, constantly obtaining an IP address, authentication error, authentication error, incorrect password, error connecting to a Wi-Fi network, etc.
- The phone is connected to the Wi-Fi router, but the Internet is not working. Near the network itself, there may be a message “The Internet may not be available”, an exclamation point, or simply there will be no access to the Internet through the smartphone’s browser, or in programs. “No internet connection” or “Check your network connection” error. At the same time, the phone is connected to Wi-Fi.
- There is another option when the phone does not see the desired Wi-Fi network . I talked about solving this problem in the article why the phone does not see the Wi-Fi network of the router. We will not consider it today.
No matter what your problem is. Are you connecting to your home network, or to a public network, try these steps:
- Disable and re-enable Wi-Fi on your smartphone. Better yet, reboot it.
- Reboot the router if you have access to it. Just turn off the power for a few minutes and turn it back on.
- Check if other devices are connected and have internet. This is especially true in the case when a problem arose with connecting to a home Wi-Fi router.
- If you cannot connect your phone to a public Wi-Fi network in the subway, cafe, shop, then most likely the reason is in the access point itself. Perhaps it just glitched, is temporarily out of service, or can’t handle the sheer volume of customers. Just connect to another network, or try connecting later.
- Remember, after which the connection problems began. Perhaps you changed some settings on your router or phone, connected new devices, installed some programs, or something like that. This will help you find the cause and fix it quickly.
To make it easier for you to find and apply the solution, I will further divide the article into two parts: in the first part I will tell you what to do if the smartphone does not connect to Wi-Fi (various errors appear, it says saved, etc. ), and in the second part is how to solve the problem when the mobile device is connected to a wireless network, but the Internet does not work.
Smartphone cannot connect to home/public Wi-Fi (error occurs)
To clarify: in this section we will consider cases when, when trying to connect to some kind of wireless network, our Android device does not connect at all (it happens that there is a connection but the Internet does not work, read about this in the second section of this article).
- “Saved” error (WPA2 or WPA).
- Writes “Authentication error occurred”, or “Authentication failed”.
- Connects for a long time, or constantly writes “obtaining an IP address”.
Basic solutions on the telephone
These solutions often help when a device has previously connected to this wireless network but suddenly stops connecting.
Don’t forget to reboot your mobile device and router first!
Delete the Wi-Fi network on your phone. Just go to the Wi-Fi settings, select the desired network, press and hold (or just press) and select “Delete network”, or “Forget network”.
Then select the network from the list again, enter the password and try to connect.
I recommend doing a full reset of the network settings. On Android, this can be done in the “Reset” section. Item “Reset network settings”. Depending on the phone manufacturer and Android version, these settings may differ slightly.
After that, you will need to reconnect to the wireless network. Perhaps everything will connect and start working.
Error “Saved”, “Authentication”, “Authentication Failed”
Such messages very often appear due to the fact that we enter the Wi-Fi password incorrectly.
Therefore, first of all, make sure that you enter the password correctly. You can try to connect another device with this password. Look (remember) the password in the settings of the router, or a computer that is already connected to this network. Read more in the article: How to find out your Wi-Fi password.
Delete the network, or reset the network (I wrote about this above).
According to my observations, when the phone is connected, it says saved, or an authentication error due to the fact that the phone “does not like” some of the Wi-Fi network settings that are set on the router. I have to enter the network mode (b / g / n / ac), security type, channel and channel width, region, etc. There was even a case when the smartphone did not connect until the Wi-Fi network name (SSID) was changed .
In this case, you can try changing some settings on your router. Of course, only if there are problems with the home network. We cannot change the network settings in the same metro.
I also wrote about this problem in the article: Wi-Fi authentication error on an Android phone, tablet.
I will write about the solutions that can be applied on the router below in the article.
Obtaining an IP address.
.. and the phone does not connect to Wi-Fi
We enter the password on the phone and the connection to Wi-Fi hangs with the status “Obtaining an IP address …”. Common situation? Most often this happens for three reasons:
- Automatic IP settings are disabled on the phone (possibly set to static addresses).
- DHCP server is disabled or disabled on the router. But by default, the DHCP server is always enabled and is very rarely disabled.
- Other access point restrictions. For example, your device was blocked in the router settings . Perhaps one of your relatives did it. Or the owner of the network to which you connected your phone.
On your smartphone, open the specific wireless network properties and make sure that “DHCP” is set in “IP Settings”. If there is “Static”, then change to “DHCP”.
Check if the DHCP server is running on the router. But most likely it works, it is unlikely that this is the reason. Especially if other devices connect without entering static IP addresses.
Well, do not forget that you (your device) could simply be disabled (blocked) in the settings of the router, which broadcasts a wireless network to which you cannot connect your phone.
Setting up a router to solve an Android smartphone connection problem?
You can only apply these solutions if you have access to the router settings. You will need to go to the web interface of the router. If you encounter difficulties, see the article on how to enter the router settings.
There, find the section with the Wi-Fi network settings (Wireless) and try changing the following parameters:
- Wireless network operation mode (Mode) . If there is a specific mode, for example, n (Onlу n, or Onlу g), then set it to “Auto”. And vice versa, if it’s “Auto”, then try setting the mode to n, for example. Save your settings and reboot your router.
More information in the article: b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi network operation mode. What is it and how to change it in the router settings.
- In the security (password) settings, set WPA2-PSK protection and AES encryption type. Password minimum 8 characters. How to change the type of security, I wrote in the article: Type of security and encryption of the wireless network. Which to choose?
- Set your region where you are. The Wi-Fi channel (Channel) is best left on “Auto”, a width of 20/40 MHz. You can try setting the width to 40 MHz. As an experiment.
- Wi-Fi network name (SSID) must not contain Russian letters.
Don’t forget to save your settings and reboot your router every time! Remember what parameters and where you change.
The phone is connected to Wi-Fi but the Internet is not working
It seems to me that the problem with the lack of Internet connection with an active Wi-Fi connection is much more common than the connection errors that I wrote about above.
From my experience I can say that this very often happens due to Android settings (time and date, for example), problems with DNS addresses and because of some programs (for example, the Freedom application). Sometimes only YouTube and Google Play (app store) do not work on the phone. Writes that there is no Internet connection. But wifi is connected.
I don’t know about other Android devices, but on Samsung phones, the message “Internet may not be available” appears next to the Wi-Fi network.
What you need to find out:
- Does the Internet work on other devices when connected to this “problem” network. If it works, then we are looking for the reason in the phone. If it does not work, then the problem is on the side of the router (or provider) and you need to solve it. Here my article may come in handy what to do if the router does not distribute the Internet via Wi-Fi.
- You can also try to connect your phone that connects to Wi-Fi but on which the Internet does not work to other networks. So we can also understand on whose side the problem is.
Looks like we figured it out. If the router is guilty, then we look for and solve the problem on its side. If this is not a Wi-Fi network in the subway, or in another transport / institution (to the settings of which we do not have access). If the reason is in our smartphone, then we look at the solutions and links to other articles that I will provide below.
Time and date
Who would have thought that the phone might not connect to Wi-Fi due to incorrect date and time settings. But it happens!
Go to Android settings and check if the time and date are correct.
You can try to disable automatic settings and set everything manually.
Problem with DNS
I can’t say for sure why this happens, but sometimes the Internet on the phone starts working only after DNS addresses from Google are registered in the properties of the Wi-Fi network.
To do this, you need to open the properties of the Wi-Fi network to which the smartphone is connected (but there is no Internet access) and in the additional parameters set DNS:
This is what it looks like on a Samsung phone:
After that, the Internet should work. You can disable / enable Wi-Fi, or restart the phone.
Proxy server on Android
There are proxy server settings in the wireless network settings on the phone. So, if the proxy server is enabled, then the Internet connection most likely will not work. You need to open the properties of a specific Wi-Fi network and check / disable the proxy server.
Check that “Proxy” is set to “No” (or disabled) in the settings.
Wi-Fi not working due to software
I have heard more than once about the Freedom program, which somehow disables access to the Internet via Wi-Fi networks. On purpose or by accident, I don’t know. But in the toga, the phone is connected to the home Wi-Fi network, or somewhere in the subway, but it does not load anything. I am sure that there are many such programs.
If you encounter Freedom, then you need to go to the settings of this program, click on “Stop” there and only then delete the application.