Nikki's laptop is in airplane mode and she can't get out of it. Leo says that it may have been enabled using a function key and you have to re-enable it the same way. The switch may also be stuck. Keyboards can get dirty. It may also not be a function key. It could be a hard switch on your laptop.
Eddy just wants to listen to music or stream on his phone without being disturbed. How can he turn off his phone without losing internet? Leo says that he can maybe turn it off in phone settings. He could turn on call forwarding. *72. Input another number, and it will forward all calls to that number, like a landline or a Google Voice. Then *73 to turn it off. He can also try turning on airplane mode, and then re-enable WiFi for data only.
Christine's son has a laptop that has completely lost its Wi-Fi connectivity, but it still works when its hardwired. Leo says that laptops have an Airplane Mode with a function key that will disable the wireless connection. It may be that he accidentally disabled it. They should look in the Wi-Fi settings to see if Airplane Mode is on.
Chuck's wife has a Windows 10 computer that keeps going into airplane mode. He has to go to a restore point just to get it connected. Leo says that there is an airplane mode key -- F2 or the Print Screen key -- and if he accidently hits it, it will put his laptop into airplane more.
Carlos' HTC One turns airplane mode on each time his alarm goes off. Leo says that's odd, but he advises using a third party alarm app to see if that solves the problem. Leo likes Timely.
Leo also says that there could be a setting in a Tasker or Locale app that will do that. So it's possible that Carlos' forgot he had that capability. Otherwise, resetting his phone should fix it.