I cant seem to be able to connect my wifi to my tablet. I have other devices connected to it but this one keeps going back to not connected. help
I'm sorry you're having trouble connecting to Wi-Fi.
Let's try some troubleshooting to see if we can't get you up and running.
Before you begin, make sure that:
Other devices in your home can connect to your network. If they can't connect, you may need to contact your Internet service provider for additional help.
Airplane Mode is off. To check, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Wireless. If Airplane Mode is On, tap Off to enable wireless connectivity.
You know your Wi-Fi password. If you don't know your Wi-Fi password, you may need to refer to your router manufacturer or Internet service provider for additional help.
Your device is on the latest software version. You can install the latest software version wirelessly if you're able to connect to a stable network. You can also download and transfer the software update to your device via USB. To learn more, go to Fire & Kindle Software Updates.
Restart your Wi-Fi connection on your device. Swipe down from the top of the screen and tapWireless, and then tap Wi-Fi. Next to Wi-Fi, tap Off. After you turn off your Wi-Fi connection, tap On to turn it on again.
Restart your device. Press and hold the Power button for 40 seconds or until the device restarts automatically. If your device restarts automatically before 40 seconds has passed, release the Power button. If your device does not automatically restart after 40 seconds, press the Power button to turn it on.
Move closer to your router. From your device, check if you can connect to your Wi-Fi network. If your network doesn't appear in the list, tap Scan from the Wi-Fi menu. If you still don't see your preferred network, you can add it manually to your device. To learn more, go to Add a Wi-Fi Network Manually.
Use Channel 1-11. Check that your wireless router is set to use a Wi-Fi channel from 1 to 11. Refer to your Internet service provider, if they provided your wireless router, or the router manufacturer, for additional help.
Restart your router and modem. Unplug your modem and router, wait a full 30 seconds, and then plug the modem in. After your modem turns on, plug in your router and wait for it to turn on.
If you still can't connect to your network, or you still have limited connectivity, refer to your Internet service provider for additional help.
Kinda like saying my car is broke, can you fix it.
All devices that connect to a WiFi require signals ... some do good on weak signals, some not so good. Knowing someones Internet speed, Modem ,Router, location, home traffic, etc, etc... helps in resolving some issues.
Is your tablet on the latest firmware (software)?
Restarting things, like the tablet, modem, router, etc... are the first thing to do.