Well consider yourself as a blessed guy if you run the Wi-Fi on your Samsung Galaxy S20 because many owners have started reporting about the Samsung Wi-Fi issues, Wi-Fi keeps dropping, Wi-Fi not working, no network coverage, etc are some of the problems while taxing to a Wi-Fi network.
This issue is quite irritating because without the internet in today’s world it is nothing. After all, all the works depend on the internet, such as video calling or you need to go through the mails or any online work.
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Trick 1: Try to connect to other Wi-Fi
Considered Samsung Galaxy S20 is having an issue to connect to your private Wi-Fi network. If you want to verify that the issue is with your smartphone or private network, just you need to connect your smartphone with another Wi-Fi network. If your Samsung Galaxy S20 doesn’t connect to another Wi-Fi network, then the issue is with your device. Vice versa, if the device easily connects to a private network, but there is no internet then the issue is with a private network. That means you need to fix the Wi-Fi network.
Trick 2: Restart Wi-Fi Router
By turning off the electronic gadget may fix the issue, so just unplug your private network router for at least 40-50 seconds. It may solve Samsung S20 not connecting to Wi-Fi.
Trick 3: Update Router Firmware
If you want to prevent your device from a bug or want the firmware to run perfectly, then just update your router regularly. Verify that your private router is running on current possible firmware. To cross-check you can call the customer care to a particular router brand.
Trick 4: Reset Router
The most effective and efficient way to fix the bug is the factory reset. This task can be performed only when you have full authority on the router. Firstly, contact with ISP or service provider. The router will not work after a factory reset if it is provided by ISP. So just ensure that they will with you throughout the process.
Trick 5: Clear Cache System
Check all other devices can connect your private network. If yes! Then there is an issue with the device itself. Clearing the cache may fix the issue. To perform it follow the given below steps.
- Press and hold Power key and Volume down key for a couple of seconds.
- After some time Maintenance Boot Mode Screen will be highlighted.
- With the help of Left Lower Button and Volume Button, you can select and scroll through the options.
- Select Normal Boot from Maintenance Boot Mode.
How can clear cache on S20?
- Turn of the Samsung Galaxy S20.
- Hold Bixby Key and Volume Up Key.
- Simultaneously, press the Power Button.
- When the Android symbol is featured, let out all the keys.
- Hold the Volume Low Button to highlight “Clear Cache Partition”.
- Use the Power key to select the options.
- Hold Volume Low Key until YES is featured on screen.
- Press the Power Button to select it.
- “Reboot System Now” will appear.
- Press the Power Button to restart the device.
Verify the problem if the device easily connects to Wi-Fi, then stop here or move further to the next procedure.
Trick 6: Reset your Samsung Galaxy S20
Finishing this article with the last trick, that is resetting S20. When all the above tricks don’t work, the factory data reset is an effective way to fix all the faults and bugs in the device. Most of the owners fill irritate to perform factory reset because they experience data loss.
Note: Backup all the important data stored in the device.
- Swipe up to access App Tray.
- Navigate to Settings Icon.
- Tap General Management.
- Select Reset.
- Hit Factory Data Reset.
- Go through the following information.
- Then tap Reset.
- Finally, select Delete All to begin factory data reset.