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Thread: Wifi is hardware disabled after suspend.

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    Exclamation Wifi is hardware disabled after suspend.

    laptop is hp pavillion and wireless hardware is Intel Wireless 3165. The main problem is wifi is hardware disabled on suspend.
    Tried secure boot off still same issue as below.
    More details can be found here:
    https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/2mkxFvr54G/

    I had posted it on AskUbuntu and didn't got response check this out too
    https://askubuntu.com/questions/1197...197547#1197547

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    Re: Wifi is hardware disabled after suspend.

    Please show

    Code:
    lsmod
    completely. What about
    Code:
    sudo rfkill unblock all
    rfkill list

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    Unhappy Re: Wifi is hardware disabled after suspend.

    Thanks for the response @parseodym
    Here is the result of the commands

    lsmod.txt
    rfkill_list_all.txt

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    Re: Wifi is hardware disabled after suspend.

    hard blocked: yes

    This means a physical switch (or a F key or key combo) to enabled/disable the WiFi. If it becomes disabled automatically when suspending, just use the proper switch to enable it again.

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    Re: Wifi is hardware disabled after suspend.

    @CelticWarrior thanks for the reply
    Sorry, there is no hardware switch. Should have explained in question
    Just ariplane switch on f12 which works only when wifi is on and doesn't work after wifi is disabled by hardware.

    Also,setting on closing the lid is ignore
    HandleLidSwitch=ignore
    So when I close the lid it closes wifi which can be enabled using airplane(f12) switch or
    Code:
    sudo rfkill unblock all

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