When talking about broadband devices, it is common for a device to experience connectivity issues, system crashes, and network dropouts. Having said that, if you are also facing certain issues with your Verizon MiFi 6620l then you should consider looking into system failures overheating issues, and battery issues. Therefore, to assist the user to help diagnose a problem, we have provided a list of some troubleshooting techniques for Verizon jetpack MiFi 6620l which will help you understand and resolve the problem with your device.
Verizon Jetpack MiFi 6620l Troubleshooting:
1. Jetpack 6620l Is Not Powering Up:
It is sometimes difficult to turn on your device. It could be because of a system crash or because your battery is not providing enough power to the device. If you are experiencing a similar issue, you should
- Locate the power button on your Verizon jetpack 6620l.
- Press and hold the button until you see a “MiFi powering off” message on your screen.
- Now carefully detach the battery cover and remove the battery.
- Wait for a few seconds and reinsert the battery.
- Make sure the connectors are aligned.
- Place the battery cover back and start turning on your device.
2. Internet Is Not Connecting;
If your device is having difficulty connecting to the MiFi and the network connection appears to be weak, check for any pending software updates on your device. To look for software updates
- Make sure that your device is turned on.
- Use the navigation buttons to scroll to the Software Update option.
- Check the button and click next.
- Select the Yes button to confirm the software update.
- Now your device will automatically look for a new software update
- If so, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the software update process.
3. Data Connection Is Compromised:
Other Wi-Fi signals are probably interfering with your MiFi connection which is causing an unstable and weak internet connection. To troubleshoot this problem you will need to select a new channel
- Access the admin web page from your browser and sign in using the login credentials.
- Click the Jetpack Settings from the menu.
- Navigate to the Wi-Fi tab and adjust the 2.4GHz settings.
- You can select a different channel of broadband for the 2.4GHz only as the 5GHz band is set to automatic by the provider.
- Click the Save Changes button to confirm any changes that you have made.
4. Jetpack Performance:
Excessive use of the MiFi device can result in poor performance, a slow or weak connection, and difficulties connecting to the configured devices. As a result, performing a power cycle is always recommended to free the device from working mode and give it a break. You can restart your device by pressing and holding the power button for several seconds. Wait until the restart message appears on the screen. Reconnect your MiFi to the devices and your device should be performing better.