LG G4 is one of the best smartphones launched in 2015, but being one of the best doesn’t mean that it’s a device with no glitches. There have been complaints about this smartphone, and one of the common ones is about the Wi-Fi issues. Users reported problems such as not being able to connect to a Wi-Fi network or the connection is made but it’s too slow, so basically it is like no connection at all. Let’s see how to fix LG G4 Wi-Fi issues.
How To Fix LG G4 Wi-Fi Issues
Solution No.1: Forget the network and set the connection as new
First, forget the Wi-Fi network. To do that, go to Settings > Wi-Fi, find the network and press and hold on it, and tap Forget. Once you are done, set the connection as new.
Solution No.2: Restart your LG G4 and your router
The next thing you should try is also pretty simple. Just turn off both devices, your LG G4, and your router, and turn them back on. It worked for many.
Solution No.3: Update router firmware
Make sure that your router firmware is up to date, because if it isn’t it may be the reason why you cannot connect to a Wi-Fi network, or you can connect but the connection is slow. Find the model of your router, and visit the manufacturer’s official website to find the update.
Solution No.4: Use Wifi Analyzer
You can download and install Wifi Analyzer app, This app comes as handy because it shows the Wi-Fi channels around you. Use the app to find the channel which is not as crowded for your wireless router.
Solution No.5: Factory Reset
Factory reset is used as the last resort when experiencing issues with your smartphone. First, backup your files. Go to Settings > Personal > Backup and Reset. Now check Back Up My Data and Automatic Restore boxes. Next thing is to tap Factory Data Reset (and make sure the option to erase SD card IS NOT CHECKED). Click on Reset Phone > Next > Delete All > OK.
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