我有一个摩托罗拉Droid v1，运行froyo（2.2）。我注意到，如果我的设备睡觉了一段时间，当我唤醒它时，它不会尝试连接到家中的无线AP。当我转到无线设置部分时，我会在AP条目旁边看到"禁用" 的说明。如果单击条目并选择"连接" ，它立即连接。它将保持连接，直到下一个长睡眠，当它再次被禁用时。
I have a Motorola DROID v1 that is running Froyo (2.2). I've noticed that if my device sleeps for a while, when I wake it up it will not attempt to connect to the wireless AP in my home. When I go to the wireless settings section, I see a note next to the AP entry that says 'disabled'. If I click the entry and select 'connect', it connects right away. It will remain connected until the next longish sleep, when it is again marked as disabled.
Is there any way to prevent this AP entry from being marked as disabled?
Try this - go to SETTINGS > Wireless & Networking > Wi-Fi Settings. In this screen, press the MENU button and then ADVANCED. Click WiFi Sleep Policy and set it to NEVER.
Hopefully, that will retain a connection to the Wi-Fi Access Point.