Fix Slow Internet on Samsung S22 Ultra, S22, S22 Plus

Slow Internet on Samsung S22 Ultra

Having Slow internet is no less than a curse. Most of the time, due to a slow internet connection, I’ve to leave work, I presume it must be happening with you too. Nevertheless, slow internet on Samsung S22 Ultra, S22, S22 Plus troubles the same way, whether you’re scrolling down Instagram Reels or watching Tutorial on Udemy, no one will entertain slow Wi-Fi connection, if you’re experiencing this issue, continue to read this article and get it fixed. We’ve covered potential solutions that will definitely fix the internet issues with Samsung S22, S22 Plus, S22 Ultra.

By default, Samsung phones don’t come with any software or program that displays Network Speed like other devices. However, there are dozens of applications available which can show network speed in the top bar. We have a dedicated article that will guide you on how to display Network Speed on Samsung Phones, must-read.  

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Fix Slow Internet Connection on Samsung S22 Ultra, S22, S22 Plus

Do Speed Test

Visit Fast.com and do a speed test. Since you’re facing a slow internet issue on Samsung S22 Ultra, S22, S22 Plus, your first course of action should be to test internet speed before performing any troubleshooting trick. There are numerous internet speed test websites are available, if you don’t know any, visit the link mentioned above and check for internet speed.

Toggle Airplane Mode

Speed is up to the mark or still in doubt? No worries, another quick workaround is to toggle Airplane mode. Doing this will disconnect the phone from all wireless connections (including Wi-Fi and Cellular Data) and refresh the connection when you disable Airplane mode. Toggle the Airplane mode ON for a few seconds and then disable it.

Reboot Phone

Another straightforward solution is to force reboot the phone. All the background apps and software crashing system is responsible for such problems.

  1. Press and hold Volume Down button and Power button until Samsung Logo appears. Give it some time, and then try to connect to internet.

Check Network Mode

Are you facing slow internet on mobile networks? Then try switching between Network Modes (5G/4G/3G/2G), we do have an option to switch over the network. By default, it is set to Auto (5G/LTE/4G/3G/2G), however, we can change to a different network.

  1. Go to Settings app.
  2. Find and tap Connections.
  3. Tap Mobile networks.
  4. Go to Network mode.
  5. Switch between LTE/3G/2G.  

Check Wi-Fi Signal/Wi-Fi Router

Wi-Fi Router plays a vital role in delivering stable and fast internet connection. A defective or Damaged wireless router could cause multiple issues. However, do a cross-check, is the Wi-Fi connection working on other devices like laptops, smartphones, etc.? If no, then troubleshoot the wireless router by rebooting it. Unplug the power adapter of the Router and plug it back in 2-3 minutes.

Check Data Plan

Do you have an active data plan? I presume you’re not making any silly mistake like this. Sometimes, even I forget to recharge the plan and start looking out at solutions, why the internet is not working, and then end up knowing that the data plan is expired.

Connect with the carrier or check in the carrier’s app, what’s the status of your current plan.

Check Software Updates

Along with system software updates, we also receive updates from Carrier’s end and that is related to network stability and improvements, which of course everyone wants in their life. Without a stable network, you won’t be able to make a single call or surf the web.

  1. If possible, try connecting to Wi-Fi and open the Settings app.
  2. Search Software Updates.
  3. Tap Check for updates.
  4. Select Download and install software update.

Reset Network Settings

Still, troubled with internet speed and instability? Reset network settings to override all the malfunctioning network glitches and bugs. This will surely rule out all the possibilities of network-related issues on your Samsung S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra.

Reset network settings will delete all Saved Wi-Fi Passwords, Saved Bluetooth devices, VPNs, and APNs.

  1. Go to Settings app.
  2. Tap General management.
  3. Tap Reset.
  4. Select Reset network settings.
  5. Confirm, reset.

Reset All Settings

One step ahead, do reset all settings. If resetting network settings doesn’t work for you, go for resetting all settings. This will reset all the settings including the Wi-Fi passwords, Bluetooth devices, and more. But it won’t delete your personal data.

  1. Go to Settings app.
  2. Tap General management.
  3. Select Reset.
  4. Select Reset all settings.

Contact Carrier/Samsung Support

Now is the time to connect with your carrier and describe your problem. Listen and follow the solutions they provide to you and if that doesn’t work, rush to Samsung Support for further investigation.

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