Smartphones work great most of the time, but occasionally an issue or two may pop up and spoil the experience. The most common issues are network-related, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile data. Now, the phones have the option that allows the users to easily fix the problem – the option is to reset network settings. If you own Honor 20 and you are currently experiencing any of the issues mentioned above, perhaps you should consider resetting these settings to factory defaults. We are going to show you the steps. Let’s see how to reset network settings on Honor 20.
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By resetting these settings, all the options related to networks, such as paired Bluetooth devices, Mobile data preferences, and Wi-Fi passwords will be restored to factory defaults. It means that once you do this, you will have to pair your phone with Bluetooth devices all over again and connect to Wi-Fi networks. It sounds like a lot of work, but if something isn’t working as it should, then doing this is definitely something you should go for.
How to reset network settings on Honor 20
Here is how to reset network settings on your Honor 20 device:
- Open Settings from the Home screen
- Scroll down and tap System & updates
- Now tap Reset
- Tap Reset network settings
- You will see that this action will reset all network settings including Wi-Fi, Mobile Data, and Bluetooth.
- Tap Reset network settings at the bottom of the screen
Once you tap this, the network settings will be restored to factory defaults. Later on, you can adjust all the options according to your preferences.