Wi-Fi is the best thing that you can get to connect multiple devices wirelessly over the same network and that would be the best thing as not only you don’t have to deal with the mess of these wires, but there is a lot more to it.
You get cross device compatibility, and no matter if you are dealing with some laptops, PCs, gaming consoles, smart TVs or even your cellphones or iPods. You can connect them seamlessly with the Wi-Fi network that you have and not only gain access to the internet on all these devices wirelessly with not much trouble at all.
There are also some errors and a lot of configuration that you need to deal with right in order to make it work perfectly for you, as a slight error or some bug in the settings can cause you unwanted trouble with your internet connection such as getting some error message such as Wi-Fi being stuck on Identifying the network while you are trying to connect it with some of the devices you might have.
It is pretty easy to take care of, but you will need to try out a few things for it to work again and those things that you need to try are:
WiFi Stuck On Identifying
1) Cancel and Try Again
Most of the time, there is just some glitch between the connectivity and this can be easily dealt with through a re-attempt to connect your device with the Wi-Fi network.
You just need to cancel connecting to the Wi-Fi network where it says “Identifying Network” wait for a few seconds or a minute at max and then you can attempt to connect the device again on your Wi-Fi network. That will definitely be helping you out for good and you will not have to deal with any such problems at all afterwards once you have taken care of that.
2) Forget Network
If the cancelling has not worked out for you and you still find yourself getting stuck with the “Identifying Network” message when you attempt to connect with the Wi-Fi network that you want to use.
There might be something in the saved preferences or cache of your device that will definitely need to be cleared out for good. Although, that sounds a bit complicated but you don’t have to go through much trouble to see it through.
All you will need to do is make sure that you click on the forget network option as that will be clearing out all the cache and passwords for the network and then you can re-attempt to connect with the same Wi-Fi network by entering the right password that you have set for the network. That will work out most of the times and you wouldn’t have to worry about a thing while connecting with the Wi-Fi network again.
3) Toggle the Wi-Fi
You will also need to check on the Wi-Fi as there might be some bug on the Wi-Fi module of your device that you will need to get fixed. It is pretty simple and all you will need to do is turn off the Wi-Fi for a few minutes and then turn it on again after a while. That will definitely be helping you out to ensure that you don’t have to deal with that message again and it will be able to connect with the Wi-Fi network within a few seconds as usual.
4) Power Cycle
Lastly, if nothing has worked out for you so far and you are still stuck with that message on your Wi-Fi connection while trying to connect, you might need to run a power cycle on your Wi-Fi router.
A power cycle will ensure that you are not only getting rid of the error message but it will also reboot all the hardware and software components that you have on your router and that way you will be able to ensure that you don’t have to deal with any other problem at all with your router such as getting this sort of error messages.
If power cycle doesn’t work out for you, you might need to check on the settings as there are multiple settings that can cause you this problem and if you are unable to figure it out, you might have to reset the settings to default settings in order to get rid of the issue.