Comment 13 for bug 1615474

Hi, I have done as you suggest but nothing has changed, screenshot of the
log file attached.


[image: screenshot20160908_194824951.png]Steven

On Thu, 8 Sep 2016 at 17:15 Antti Kaijanmäki <email address hidden>

> Now, to get past the "Connect to the Internet to check for updates" in
> system settings, could you try to issue the following command:
> $ stop indicator-network
> Then open system settings and see if it allows you to check for updates.
> Right now there should not be any, as OTA-13 has not been released yet,
> but this should let you at least receive updates in the future when we
> pinpoint and fix the underlying problem.
> Then next, please remove any old indicator-network logs:
> $ rm .cache/upstart/indicator-network*
> And start indicator-network again:
> $ start indicator-network
> After this, please attach the latest indicator-network log to this bug
> report, and also check if the indicator appears. The log should be
> .cache/upstart/indicator-network.log
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> report.
> Title:
> Network Indicator / Connectivity-API is not accessible
> Status in Canonical System Image:
> Incomplete
> Status in indicator-network package in Ubuntu:
> In Progress
> Bug description:
> Sometime in the last few days my phone lost the ability to connect to
> wifi networks and the network indicator at the top has stopped
> working.
> Currently between "Bluetooth" and "Sound" I have a gear icon and the
> caption "indicator-network". When I select it, the rest of the screen
> is blank. There are no settings available and no way to connect to a
> wifi network.
> On the System Settings app, if I tap on the "Wi-Fi" icon, I can see
> "Previous networks". But below that the page is just white, there is
> no way to select a wifi network.
> Rebooting the phone doesn't seem to fix the problem.
> Given that this is an MX4 and therefore the USB port doesn't work, and
> there's no SD card slot, there's vanishingly few ways to get data in
> and out of this phone now. If there's a solution to the problem, it's
> going to have to involve something other than updating system
> software.
> Current system software is Ubuntu 15.05 (OTA-12).
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