The first time connecting my smartphone to DSLR's wifi, I get a message box stating that no internet access could be reached, and asking if I want to keep connection though. So, I just tap "yes, don't ask me again", and everything seems to go well. I use the dedicated Canon/Nikon app, download photos, and disconnect. When I want to connect again, I find that my smartphone doesn't connect automatically to DSLR's wifi. So I open the wifi menu on my smartphone, see my DSLR's network, and tap on it, but I get the weird message "this network is not internet connected, so it wont be used".
I'm not able to get my connection working again until I turn wifi off and on again in both DSLR and Smartphone. Then, it goes as if I was connecting it for the first time. As I work on real-time journalism, this little issue gives me some headaches (specially when my boss wants the photo "right now") either using Canon Camera Connect for EOS 80D and EOS Rebel T6s/760D, or Nikon WMU for D750. I got the same behaviour on Moto G3 when I had one. Might it be a Motorola issue?