My son has not been able to connect his devices since a surge of power cuts 4 days ago. Every other device in the house has connected with no problem. We have tried soft and hard reboot. We have turned off wifi and restarted after a minute. I am not sure what else to try. He has a Sony PS4 and a hauwei Honor 10 lite phone.
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I am sorry to hear of these issues you've had with particular devices connecting to the router's wireless/Wi-Fi connection. Are these connection problems ongoing today? If so, can you confirm what diagnostics and troubleshooting you've performed thus far?
so far, we have reset PS4 to see if we can reconnect but it was unsuccessful. We cannot find our WiFi. We have robooted the WiFi, all our other devices iPhones, iPads laptops connect bit the PS4 and android phone still will not find WiFi, although can find neighbours WiFi down the street. I’m not technically savvy so do not understand why since 4 power outages one after the other for seconds at a time can affect these 2 devices. I am looking for a simple solution. Any help welcome.
Thanks for letting us know what checks you've been through so far.
As your other devices are able to connect this does sound like more of a device issue rather than a service issue, however I'd like to take a closer look at things to rule out any issues from our side.
I've not been able to find any details from you, so I've popped you over a private message.
I've checked the specs of the Honor 10 Lite and the UK version of this phone doesn't support 5 GHz Wi-Fi (AC) either, same as the original PS4, so I still suspect that Smart Wi-Fi is now enabled, following the Super Hub powering back on after the power cut. This would explain why both of these devices can't see your network now. So, you'll have to disable Smart Wi-Fi and run separate 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands and then connect the PS4 and Honor 10 Lite to the 2.4 GHz network.
Unfortunately, I use a Super Hub 2 in modem mode and my own router, so I'm not familiar with my way around the Super Hubs' configuration pages. I assume you've got a Super Hub 3, so this would be a good place to start: