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Android 10 update on Pixel 2 XL caused a WiFi issue where all wifi networks report "Connected, no internet access."
Tried to connect in Safe Mode to eliminate apps and antivirus (NOD32 ESET) from being a culprit...no change. I'm on Google Fiber with a google fiber router and I wondered if that had something to do with it. Reset router twice. Rebooted phone multiple times. Wiped network settings and restarted. Tried an alternate router (but same WAN). Set MAC to fixed device mode. Toggled airplane mode on and off. Flushed DNS.
Resolution: Factory Reset :(
Further discussion: I am wondering if ESET had something to do with it as it had no permissions for device location and was flagging all my home networks as an "open" or "public" wifi hotspot. This error occurred immediately after update to Android 10, and after factory wipe. Changing location permission to allow fixed it. Consider uninstalling it BEFORE updating the OS....
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