If you are a user of Samsung flagship and you often receive Wi-Fi disconnects automatically, then you are not alone. There are many owners of Samsung who have encountered “Unfortunately, Wi-Fi not working” every now and then. Well, some users say that Wi-Fi keeps disconnected and repeatedly ask to enter the password each time even though you allowed your device to remember the password.
Your Samsung Device doesn’t remain connected to Wi-Fi and you not sure the culprit behind it. Don’t worry! I will display workarounds to fix Samsung S21 plus keeps disconnecting from Wi-Fi, so continue to read this article.
Fix Wi-Fi Not Working and Keeps Disconnecting on Samsung
Verify the Wi-Fi Network In Your Samsung
Your Samsung device might get discontinuous since your device out of network coverage area. Firstly, assure that your Samsung flagship is in the range of network coverage. And if all your gadget goes through same issue, then undoubtedly the issue is with a network. So for that try to restart your network and verify if the issue is fixed or not. Or else there might a status where you need contact to the service provider.
Restart Your device
Mainly Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting on Samsung device occurs due to temporary bugs or glitch itself in the device firmware. So, for this restart is the most effective trick. After that wi-fi issue on the Samsung device is fixed or not.
Re-connect to the Network
Same as restart device, the reconnect will fix all the network glitch and bugs. So just simply, forgot the Wi-Fi network from your device. And once again re-enter the username and password to connect with it.
- Go to Settings.
- Tap connections.
- Select Wi-Fi and enable it.
- Tap on the particular wi-fi network.
- Select Forgot.
Check Router Settings
Sometimes while scrolling on Wi-Fi router and at the same time, an accidental touch can create a serious issue with the device. So go back to the network router admin and verify that your device is not mentioned in the block list.
Are Other Device Connecting to Wi-FI or Not
Anything didn’t work? You just check that your device able to work perfectly with the network. At the same time, verify is it able to connect to another wi-fi network, including to the other device hotspot. And if your device is not able to connect, we recommend you to update the device to the latest version.
Boot to Safe Mode
There are chances where the third-party app in the device can get corrupted and identifying who is the culprit is more difficult. Don’t worry! there is a feature called safe mode, in which all the third-party app in the device are not allowed to run. If your device runs accurately then it’s definitely third-party app is the culprit. So uninstalled all the third-party app from your Samsung device.
- Press the Power Key and Volume Low Button until the power off menu is visible on the screen.
- Tap the Power Off Icon until the safe mode is visible on the screen.
- To continue, touch Safe Mode.
Reset Network Settings
Many times the customized settings on the device don’t allow to run various features on your Samsung device or an accidental touch on the settings can create Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting on Samsung Galaxy Device. So by performing reset network settings can bring back the device to default settings. Try to perform on your device and verify the issue is fixed or not.
- Go to Settings.
- Go to Backup And Reset.
- Select Reset Network Settings.
- And tap Reset Settings.
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