So it’s a morning and as always you are loading the News Website or App to catch up with the headlines, but the website won’t load or crashes every time on refreshing, if that’s the issue, then it could be a Wi-Fi problem that keeps disconnecting on Samsung Tab.
This article will show you potential workarounds to fix the Wi-Fi Not Working and Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting issues on the Samsung Tab S7, S7+.
- 1 Fix Wi-Fi Keeps Disconnecting on Samsung Tab S7, S7+
Fix Wi-Fi Keeps Disconnecting on Samsung Tab S7, S7+
Toggle Airplane Mode
To troubleshoot the network connections, Airplane mode plays a significant role, whether it is Mobile Data or Wi-Fi. Since the Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting on Samsung Tab S7/S7+, you should toggle the Airplane Mode for a few moments and disable it, to stabilize the wireless connections of the Tab.
- Navigate to the Notifications bar and tap the Airplane mode button or open the Settings app > Connections > Airplane mode.
Restart Galaxy Tab
If the Airplane mode didn’t resolve the Wi-Fi issue, try to restart the Galaxy Tab. Rebooting the Galaxy Tab will deal with the crashed software and applications that might be preventing your Tab S7 from connecting to the Wi-Fi.
- Press and hold the Volume down button and Power button until the Tab restarts.
Restart Wi-Fi Router
Till now, we’ve made sure that it isn’t a minor software problem by restarting Tab and toggling the Airplane mode. Now it’s time to take a look at the Wi-Fi router. Restarting the Wi-Fi router means, plug out the power adapter of the router and after a minute plug it back.
Now see if you can connect the Tab with the Wi-Fi. Or else proceed with the next step.
Check If Other Devices Works with the same Wi-Fi
Is other Wi-Fi enabled devices are working correctly on the same Wi-Fi network? Verifying this will clear out all the doubts, who is the real culprit? If none of the other devices are working with that Wi-Fi connection, then you need to urgently make a call or contact anyhow to the service provider and file the complaint.
On another note, all other smartphones and devices are working as usual except the Galaxy Tab S7, start troubleshooting the Tab.
Forget and Reconnect to Wi-Fi
As I said, from here we’ll only focus on the Samsung Tab S7 and S7+, rather than blaming the network providers. Frequently, it happens with me all the time, after constant use of the phone or tab, the Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting and shows Obtaining IP Address kind of message, but it never connects.
The best solution in such cases is to forget the Wi-Fi network and reconnect it. When you forgot the Wi-Fi network, data associated with the Wi-Fi is removed from the tab.
- Go to the Settings app.
- Tap on Connections > Wi-Fi.
- Tap on the Wi-Fi network and Forget it.
Try Safe Mode
Safe mode disables all the third-party applications of the Tab. In order to ensure that the Wi-Fi disconnecting issue on Samsung Tab S7 Plus isn’t caused by any third-party app, boot Tab into Safe mode. While in safe mode if you’re able to use the Wi-Fi appropriately, then it might be possible you’ve installed an app from an untrusted source. Whatever the reason is, try Safe mode, it may work for you.
- Press and hold the Volume down button and Power button until you see the Power Off option on the screen.
- Tap and hold the Power off option and choose Safe mode.
- To exit the Safe mode, restart the Tab as usual.
Reset Network Settings
Most of the time by resetting network settings on Samsung Tab, the Wi-Fi not working problem resolves effortlessly. This will restore all the network-related settings to default including saved Wi-Fi passwords, Bluetooth, APN, VPN, and mobile data settings. However, your personal data is safe.
- Navigate to the Settings app.
- Tap General management.
- Select Reset > Reset network settings.
- Read on-screen instructions and Reset network settings.
- Launch the Settings app.
- Tap General management.
- Tap Reset > Reset settings.
Wipe Cache Partition
Your Samsung Tab has separate partitions that store the cache or say temporary files to make the system smoother and faster. Over time those cache files can corrupt the entire system and malfunction the software, which results in such problems. Remove the cache partition by following the below steps.
- Power off the tab, press and hold the Power button, and tap Power Off.
- Press and hold the Volume Up button, Power button until the SAMSUNG logo displays.
- Immediately release the Power key when you see the SAMSUNG logo.
- Keep holding the Volume Up button, until the Android logo appears.
- Wait for some time.
- When the Android recovery screen displays, use the Volume down button to navigate through the Wipe cache partition.
- Press the Power button to select it.
- Again use the Volume button to highlight the Reboot system now and press the Power button.
Factory Data Reset
Backup the Tab before the factory data reset.
- Open the Settings app.
- Scroll down and tap General management.
- Tap Reset.
- Select Factory data reset.
Contact Samsung Support
Lastly, all you can do is contact the Samsung Customer Support, if the Wi-Fi module is damaged then these solutions won’t work. Visit the nearest Samsung care or official website to ask for assistance.
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