This fall, Samsung has launched Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e which has extraordinary look and hardware but it has quite a disturbance in their software. Users of Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e has arisen a question that they have difficulty in linking wifi to their personal wifi network, So here are some procedures to solve wifi connecting problem.
Solution 1: Try connecting to other wifi
We guess your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e is having difficulty in connecting to your personal wifi network. If you want to check that problem is in your personal wifi network or smartphone you need to make an attempt of connecting to another wifi network. if your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e wifi easily link to any other wifi network then there is an issue in your personal wifi network, that means you need to fix your personal wifi network. Contrarily, If your Samsung S10 not connecting to wifi network then there might be a problem with your device. This may produce due to software and hardware defect.
Solution 2: Restart router
By unplugging any electronic devices may solve any problem, just like electronic device unplugged router from the main source partially for 30-40 seconds before plugging it to the main source.
Solution 3: Update Router Firmware
If you want to remove bugs or need to run the firmware accurately some routers should be updated frequently. Confirm that your own router is working on current feasible firmware. To verify you can call for the customer support of respective router brand.
Solution 4: Reset Router
The most efficient way to remove bugs is factory reset it can be performed only when you have full authority on the router. Before performing a factory reset, if the router is provided by the service provider or by ISP, contact them first. The router which is provided by ISP might not work after factory reset. You have to assure that they will work with you throughout the whole process.
Solution 5: Forget and reconnect to Wifi
Forget wifi network from the device may work often. Only assure that you perform it after the router has been contour. If Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e Won`t Connect to Other Wifi
If your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e won`t link to any wifi network, theirs is a possibility that its ability of Wifi is paused due to hardware bugs.
Solution 6: Clear Cache
Verify all other wireless device is able to connect your personal wifi. If all other wireless device is connected to your personal wi-fi network. Then there is no need to fix your personal wifi. Follow the given steps.
- Tap and hold the power button & volume low button for roughly 10-15 second
- After pressing button Maintenance Boot Mode Screen will seem
- Go to Normal Boot from Maintenance Boot Mode Screen by using the volume button and left lower button you scroll and select the option. Pause for 90 seconds to the complete procedure.
How can I clear cache on Samsung S10?
- Switch off device
- Volume high button and Bixby button should be press and hold
- After that Press and hold Switch off button and release all button When green android logo will appear
- To obtain “ Clear Cache Partition” press Volume low button
- To select press power button
- Press the volume low button till “yes” is not obtained
- Press power key
- After the completion of Clear Cache partition“Reboot system now” is appeared.
Solution 7: Reset Network Settings
Resetting your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e network setting is a nearly crucial step in this condition. By performing this task you can effectively clear network contour and change wifi setting.
- Go to the Settings app.
- Select General Management.
- Tap Reset.
- Open Reset Network Settings.
- Select the Reset Settings button to certify.
- Restart your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e and verify the problem
Solution 8: Reset to Factory Settings
Hopefully, you have tried all the above solutions and unluckily failed to fix wifi not connecting in Samsung S10. We have one more trick which you help you to get rid of wifi issues in Samsung S10 that is to restore the device to factory settings. But make sure to take backup otherwise you will lose all the stored data in your device.
- Go to Settings
- Open General management.
- Select Reset.
- Select on Deleting All grant it a few minutes to Reset and Reboot.