so I just noticed after playing a game of Rayman that my wireless was disconnected (There was no icon in the top left like their should have been) And i went to settings and it said Wi-Fi was not connected.
Without re-connecting, i opened up the Browser and it immeadietly automatically re-connected me to Wi-Fi.
I believe the Vita shuts off Wi-fi if you haven't used in a certain period of time, and then re-connects to it when necessary.
People who are having DC problems may not actually be DC'ing.
I encourage anyone who is having a "DC Problem" to try this. They more then likely see the icon has disapeared, and then manually re-connect without opening anything necessary that needs wifi (thats my assumption).
The problem with that is you cannot see who comes online or not and when you receive messages. You have to go all the way back out go into messages let it connect and refresh to find out if you received one it should stay on all the time only go out when you let it go into stand_by
I did as well, thought I didnt realize until I finsihed playing a game that requires no network features. >_<
Hopefully others who are having "Problems" see this.
I figured there's a reason behind that. You're welcome. ^^
@TMAZT3R: That is quite true, however there is still room for improvement, more options like 'disabling network when not in use' feature would be nice to include.
I wish to experience more of it's online capability, but sad to speak, where I am now is not possible to do so. I hope Sony will consider including additional network options before I get a chance to experience it on Vita.
I finally noticed it does not on unit 13, I just pressed the ps button in game and saw I still had a connection, it is not the games fault it is the messaging apps fault, it always makes you have to refresh to see if you got a message it should not have to do that to see if you got one they can fix that i think.