Note 9 is a great smartphone, but that doesn’t mean the glitches and errors won’t pop up. One of the issues that some users reported is the error message “Couldn’t open connection to server” that usually appears after a software update, and it just keeps shows up, usually right after sending a text message. You may enter Safe mode, force stop the app, delete cache partition, but none of it will solve the problem. If this is something you have been bothered with, keep reading. We are going to show you how to fix it.
See also: Common Note 9 Issues and Their Fixes
A simple way to fix “Couldn’t open connection to server” error
Fixing the error won’t take too much of your time and effort, because what you need to do here is simple. You will have to reset network connections. This will definitely help you eliminate the error, and the downside of this is the fact you will have to connect to your Wi-Fi network again (entering the password), pairing your phone with Bluetooth devices, and more. When you do this, all network settings will be restored to factory defaults. Here is how to do it:
- Open the Settings app on your Galaxy Note 9
- Tap Connections > More connection settings
- Finally, tap on Reset network connections.
When you do this, the error message will be gone, but as we mentioned, you will have to connect to your Wi-Fi again and pair your phone with all of your Bluetooth devices.
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