Many of those who own Samsung Galaxy Note 4 reported Wi-Fi connection issues. Sometimes, a device cannot connect to a Wi-Fi network, or if it does, the established connection is too slow. If you are experiencing this problem yourself, here is how to fix Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Wi-Fi issues. Keep on reading because we have prepared a few solutions you can try.
How to fix Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Wi-Fi issues
Restart your Samsung Galaxy Note 4
For many users, Wi-Fi issues disappeared once they’ve restarted the device. Try this simple solution and hopefully, it will fix the problem.
Restart your router
Another simple thing you can do that may fix Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Wi-Fi issues is to restart your router. Just turn off your router and turn it back on a few seconds later. Try to connect to a Wi-Fi network again.
Update your router firmware
Make sure that the firmware of your router is up to date. Go to the manufacturer’s website, and look up for updates for the model of the router you own. Once the update is completed, test the connection to see how it works.
Forget the connection
Perhaps forgetting the connection and adding it again will solve this problem. Here is what you need to do here:
- Go to Settings and tap Wi-Fi
- Find your network tap on it and hold and then click Forget. Once you do that add the network again.
If the previous solutions didn’t work, you can do a factory reset. Before you proceed, make sure to back up the files, because performing a factory reset means your data, personal settings, apps, etc. will be deleted. Follow these steps: go to Settings tap on Backup & Restore and then tap on Factory Data Reset. The warning message will show up on the screen. Now, click Reset Device, and your device will reboot.
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