I don't know why but the Wi-fi on my Droid (Froyo) keeps auto-enabling. I can't figure out what is causing it and want to make it stop. I only like being connected to wi-fi at times of actual use so I don't waste battery.
Anybody think of applications/settings that can be configured to auto-enable wi-fi?
What about rebooting your device ?
I had the same problem solved like this...
[EDIT] Do you use a widget for the wifi: it can help you to disable it?
There could be any number of apps that re-enable wifi: can you share your appbrain app-list? It would be easier for us to tell.
What do you mean by auto enabling? Does it get enabled every time you unlock your phone? Otherwise did you try changing this option: Settings->Wireless and Networks-> Wi-Fi settings (press menu key) Advanced -> Wi-Fi sleep policy
(I have Android 2.1, so your menu path may differ slightly)
Look for an application titled 'Power Manager', this application has controls to enable/disable: WIFI, Bluetooth, GPS based off multiple triggers. One of which being powered by A/C which was what my 'issue' was. Just had to change this so it didn't change the WiFi status.
If you have Sprint, go to Settings xe2x86x92 Wireless and Network/More... xe2x86x92 Mobile Networks and uncheck the box Connections optimizer.