Why can’t I find or connect to 6 GHz Wi-Fi?

    Can’t find or connect to 6GHz Wi-Fi?


    Updated 04-14-2022 08:03:26 AM 1315

    Q1. Which devices support 6GHz wireless signal?

    Wi-Fi 6E is hardware-dependent. Client devices manufactured before 2020 is not likely to support 6GHz Wi-Fi. For the client devices which support WiFi6E, they are basically supported from the chipset level. Like in the PC market, it's supported by the Intel AX210 wireless network adapter; for Mobile Phones, they are usually supported with the Snapdragon 888 and Snapdragon 8Gen1 chipset, which means the newest High-End Android mobile phone will support this in the common case.

    Below is some common wireless client devices that support 6GHz radio :

    • Laptop and Desktop with Intel NIC AX210(Currently 6 GHz Band is only supported on Windows 11.)
    • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 & Galaxy Z Flip 3
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
    • Xiaomi Mi 11 &Mi 11 Ultra
    • ASUS ROG Phone 5 & ROG Phone 5 Ultimate



    Q2. How to update the driver of my wireless adapter?

    Please go to the manufacturer’s official website to update the driver.

    For TP-Link wireless adapter(Archer TXE75):


    For Intel wireless adapter:


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