It’s about the 5G Era has begun, major flagship phones support 5G connectivity. Due to the same reason, Android phones facing issues with 5G services, and users have raised concerns regarding 5G not working on Samsung, Pixel, OnePlus, and such Android phones. If you’re experiencing the problem and unable to use 5G on an Android device, then this article will show you how to fix 5G keeps connecting and disconnecting on an Android phone.
We’ve enlisted few workarounds to troubleshoot the network errors occurring on any Android phones. Start fixing the problem by answering basic questions to yourself.
Fix 5G Not Working on Samsung, Pixel, OnePlus
Does your Plan have 5G?
When 5G Stops working on your Samsung or Android Phone, the first thing you should be checking is the current cellular plan you’ve subscribed to from Carrier. 5G Plans need to be activated separately, and of course, they are expensive than usual plans.
Additionally, make sure your Carrier supports a 5G network. And even if you have a 5G Plan and Carrier Supports it, make sure you’re in a region where 5G is available. 5G is not yet available worldwide.
Simply connect with your Network Service Provider and ask them if your plan has 5G, and also does your region has 5G availability.
Most Android Phones have dual SIM slots. If you own a Dual SIM Android phone, then make sure to insert the 5G SIM in the primary slot, and not in the secondary slot. Though nowadays with new generation phones, this won’t be a barrier, but if 5G is not working on Samsung, Pixel, OnePlus then it’s worth switching the SIM card to the primary slot. Use the SIM Eject Pin to remove the SIM Tray. And put the 5G SIM in the first slot.
Toggle Airplane Mode
Still if your 5G not working on an Android phone, then you should refresh the wireless network connectivity by toggling the Airplane Mode On and Off several times. The Airplane Mode disconnects the device from all types of connections and hence, could do a trick to resume the 5G service on your phone.
Pull down the Notification bar, and tap on Airplane Mode or Flight Mode. Let the Airplane Mode enabled for 2-3 minutes and then you can disable it.
Change Network Mode
Android phones have multiple network modes like 2G, 3G, 4G/LTE, and 5G. That means you’re allowed to switch between network modes anytime. Therefore to use 5G, ensure that 5G is selected in the Network Mode.
- Open the Settings.
- Select Connections or Wireless Networks.
- Choose Mobile Network
- From there select 5G.
Reset APN Settings
If you’ve tried all the above solutions to fix 5G keeps connecting and disconnecting on Android or 5G not working at all, then reset APN settings. Access Point Names are the ones who connect the carrier with the device’s network and provides stable internet connectivity.
- Open the Settings App.
- Tap Network & Internet or Mobile Network.
- Select Advanced.
- Tap Access Point Names.
- And Reset to default.
Reset All Settings
Still, if you can’t use 5G on Samsung or Pixel or OnePlus, it’s time to reset network settings on your device. This will wipe all the saved Wi-Fi Passwords, Paired Bluetooth Devices, Customized Phone Settings, and more. Your personal data is safe.
- Open the Settings App.
- Tap General management or directly search Reset all settings.
- Tap Reset > Reset all settings.
- Confirm Reset.
Reboot Phone in Safe Mode
Restarting the phone in Safe mode disables all the third-party applications installed on your phone, and while in safe mode if 5G service resumes, then it’s the third-party app that is preventing 5G service on your phone. You can remove third-party apps one by one and see if 5G is working.
- Press the Power button until the Power Off menu appears.
- Touch and hold the Power Off and select Safe Mode.
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