Thursday, December 17, 2020 19:00 PM (GMT + 7)
If you can’t connect to WiFi while using your Samsung phone, here are some tips to fix it.
There are many reasons why the phone cannot connect to WiFi, for example, the router is faulty (not providing an IP address), the Internet connection has problems, the device is on airplane mode … for the above situation?
1. Check the website’s running status
If you cannot access any website, please use DownDetector service to check the operation status of that website.
DownDetector supports checking the operating status of websites around the world. Photo: MINH HOANG
2. Slow Internet connection
First, you visit the Fast (Netflix) or Speedtest address to check the current Internet speed to see if it is true to what the carrier commits. If the network speed is unusually slow, users should contact the Internet service provider (ISP) to have them check the connection status.
Check the Internet speed in use. Photo: MINH HOANG
3. Forgot network
First, go to Settings – Connections – WiFi on Samsung phones, then click on the cog wheel icon next to the network name and select Forget. When done, users just need to reconnect to WiFi and enter the corresponding password.
Forget the faulty WiFi network and reconnect. Photo: Guidingtech
4. Reset network settings
Resetting the network settings can help fix most connection-related problems, note that this won’t affect existing data on the phone.
First, go to Settings – General Management – Reset – Reset network settings – Reset settings.
Return the network settings on your phone to the default mode. Photo: Guidingtech
5. Reboot your router and phone
For everything to work smoothly, it’s a good idea to restart your router and phone after a certain amount of time.
To do this, just hold the power button for a few seconds, then choose Reboot or Restart to reboot the phone. Similarly, for the router, press the power button on the back of the device, wait about 30 seconds, then turn it on again.
Reboot the router on the phone. Photo: Internet
Android is the mobile operating system with the highest number of users today, which is why Android devices are always lucrative prey for hackers.
To avoid malware infection, carefully read the comments of previous users and carefully check the developer information. In addition, users should also install the Malwarebytes application to scan for vulnerabilities on the phone.
If the above solutions do not fix the problem, try a factory reset on the phone, however, this will wipe all the data, so before doing it you should back up. everything.
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