I received my Pinephone Manjaro edition and I can not seem to get it to connect to my wifi router.
When I try to connect to my router, I enter the password (which I have checked is correct). It tries to connect and then re-prompts for the password again as if it was the wrong password. I have confirmed that it is infact the correct password.
The router is a D-Link DIR-878
The security on the router is set to WPA/WPA2-Personal
If I set the security on the router to none, I can connect just fine
I can connect to my macbooks wifi hotspot with WPA/WPA2-Personal
I can connect to my android phones wifi hotspot with WPA/WPA2-Personal
I tried the following Phosh builds with no luck
- phosh beta1-20201029
- phosh beta1-20201016
I thought that this could be an issue with the gnome keychain so I tried the following builds also with no luck:
- Lomiri build (can’t remember which one)
- 2 different KDE versions
journalctl -u NetworkManager says
“access point ‘SSID’ has security, but secrets are required”
I was able to get a wifi connection working with connman, which allowed me to switch to the testing branch and update but still no luck with NetworkManager on the testing branch. After a certain amount of time connman stops working and it’s not a great solution for a phone, but it does mean that the wifi does in deed work and it seems that NetworkManager does not like my router for some reason.
Finally I tried this with PostmarketOS to see if it was potentially an issue with the phone or router but PostmanketOS works fine so it would seem to me that the issue must be software related and not the phone or router.
Any ideas from anyone on how might go about troubleshooting this issue?