If your Garmin dezl GPS device is not connecting to a Wi-Fi network, then try the simple troubleshooting instructions given below to fix it.Before you begin the troubleshooting process, check whether the access point or router you’re using for the wireless connection is turned on.

GARMIN DEZL GPS NOT CONNECTING TO WIFI

Basic Troubleshooting Steps

  • Make sure that your Garmin device is placed within the range of your wireless router.
  • Check whether you’re using the wireless network that meets the Garmin device’s Wi-Fi requirements. If not, connect the GPS device to a network that meets the requirements.
  • Make sure that you’re not using the hidden networks for connectivity.

Enabling “Wireless Network Technology”

  • If wireless network technology is turned off or disabled on your Garmin GPS device, then it will not connect to Wi-Fi. So, check whether this option is enabled on your device. If not, enable it or turn it on. To do so, select the Settings option on your Garmin device. From the list of options, choose Wi-Fi. Now, locate the Wireless Network technology option and check whether the toggle is switched to turn on. 
  • If not, tap the toggle to turn it on. Now, try to connect your GPS device to the Wi-Fi network. If your device cannot connect to the Wi-Fi network, then perform the next solution given below.

Also read: Simple Steps on How Do I Reset My Garmin Dezl GPS.

Restart Wireless Router

  • Turn off your wireless router.
  • Unplug the router’s power cable from the electrical outlet.
  • Wait for a minute.
  • Turn on the router and try to connect your GPS device to it.

If the Garmin dezl GPS device is not connecting to Wi-Fi, then reset the device’s network settings to default. 

  • On the Settings screen of your GPS device, select the Network option.
  • Now, tap on three dots at the top right corner of the device screen.
  • Tap Restore.
  • Once the settings are restored, try to connect your GPS device to your Wi-Fi network.

Still, if you cannot connect your Garmin dezl device to your Wi-Fi network, then contact us.

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