Sometimes when i add a new Wifi Hotspot that's secured with WPA2 i get an error stating that it cannot connect to that specific network. Initially i thought it was a limitation to the network types Jolla can connect (and i believe there are some, correct me if i'm wrong), but after i changed ISP i realised it is not the case. Initially i connected to the AP with its default settings, and it went fine. Did the same in my iPhone and it connected OK too. After i configured the new AP exactly with the same Wifi Network parmeters, my iPhone instantly picked up the network as it was my previous AP. In Jolla case, it didn't (and i believe it's normal because it registers the AP's MAC Address) and i believe it was fine till this point. I deleted the previous AP Wireless connection data (Forgot It) and tried to connect. Got the 'Sorry, cannot connect to this network' message. Disabled/Enabled Wifi and always the same message again. Finally i restarted my Jolla and tried to connect. It connected fine. Yesterday tried to connect to a new network and got the same message... and after a restart it connected OK. In conclusion, i believe that when you delete an Wifi Network the 'connman' service should be restarted each time a connection is forgot (to reload the list of configured network connections).
So, and as a suggestion, can't the Wifi Switch Start/Stop the 'connman' service instead of just disabling the wifi search feature?
Thanks in Advance, xxhell