Wi-Fi issues are the most annoying for every smartphone owner. It is hard to even imagine the usage without this service, and if you can’t connect to your network you won’t be able to use the majority of your favorite apps. Here, we are going to show you how to fix Moto G7 Wi-Fi issues. You can try these out if you did connect to a network, but for some reason, the connection keeps dropping.
See also: How to fix Moto G7 Bluetooth issues
How to fix Moto G7 Wi-Fi issues
Turn Wi-Fi off and back on
Always start with the simplest things. Pull down the notification bar and turn the Wi-Fi off. Leave it like that for a minute then turn it back on.
Airplane mode toggling
Once again, pull down the notification bar and enable Airplane mode. Leave it on for a minute and disable it again.
Restart your phone
Whenever you experience some bugs and issues with your phone, restart it. It will clear the memory and boost performance. Also, it can help you get rid of the bugs that have been bothering you. Press and hold the Power button, then tap Restart.
Restart your router and modem
It is also important to restart your router and modem to give them a sort of refreshment as well.
Make sure the Battery saver is turned off
Battery saver is a great feature that helps in situations when the battery is almost empty and you have nowhere to charge it. It reduces certain services and options, including the Wi-Fi. So make sure it is off. Go to Settings > Battery > Battery saver.
Forget the Wi-Fi network
The next thing is to forget a Wi-Fi network and then try to connect to it again. Navigate to Settings > Wi-Fi, find your network, tap on it and tap Forget. Restart your device. Once it boots, go to Settings, find your network, add the password, and click Connect.
Reset network settings
This can help as well. It will restore all the network options to factory defaults, including the Bluetooth and mobile data options. But, it may help you solve the Wi-Fi problem so it can be worth it. You will have to adjust the settings to your needs and desires all over again. Here is how to reset network settings:
- Go to Settings
- Tap System > Advanced
- Next. tap Reset options
- Now tap Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth
- Tap Reset settings
- Enter your Pin or password
- Tap Reset settings to confirm the action.
Perform a factory data reset
If nothing worked, you should perform a factory data reset. But, make sure to create a backup first in order to save all your files. When you create a backup, follow the steps below:
- Go to Settings
- Tap System
- Tap Reset options
- Next, tap Erase all data
- Tap Reset phone.
The phone will reboot. You will have to set it up from scratch by following the guides on the screen. When you are done, you will have to adjust all the settings on the phone all over again.