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How to Fix Galaxy Note 20 Ultra WiFi Issue

Irritated by Wi-Fi dropping or WiFi stops working suddenly on your Samsung Note 20 Ultra 5G? Here are the possible solutions to fix Galaxy Note 20 Ultra WiFi issues. There are different types of WiFi issues available such as WiFi connected but no internet connection, network issue, assign a static IP address, make sure the phone is up to date, and more.

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How to Fix Galaxy Note 20 Ultra WiFi Issue

Check out the below-given troubleshooting methods.

Restart your Phone

Some of the users reported in Samsung communities that restarting your Note 20 Ultra fix the WiFi issue for few minutes. You’ll try your luck.

Step 1: Swipe down the notifications panel from the top to open the Quick settings panel.

Step 2: Tap on the Power icon, and then press the Restart button.

Step 3: Tap Restart again.

Make Sure Wi-Fi is Turned On

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Connection.

Step 3: Toggle on Wi-Fi.

Set your MAC address as Phone MAC for Home WiFi

Step 1: Go to Settings > Connection > WiFi.

Step 2: Tap on the Settings button on the right side of the current WiFi network.

Step 3: Tap on Mac address type.

Step 4: Choose a Use device MAC.

Enable or Disable Switch to mobile data

Settings > Connections > WiFi > Three vertical dots at the top right > Advanced > Toggle on/off switch to mobile data

Delete WiFi Network & Manually Add WiFi Network Again

To remove current WiFi network: Settings > Connections > WiFi > Settings gear icon of current network > Forget

Manually Add WiFi Network

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Connections.

Step 3: Tap WiFi.

Step 4: Scroll down and tap on + Add network.

Step 5: Enter the SSID (Network name), security type, MAC address type, and advanced settings that including IP settings, Proxy, Metered network & Hidden network.

Step 6: Tap on Save at the bottom right.

Now, try to connect your WiFi network with your Samsung Note 20 Ultra & Ultra 5G.

Reset Network Settings on Samsung Note 20 Ultra

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap General management.

Step 3: Tap Reset.

Step 4: Tap Reset network settings.

Step 5: Tap Reset settings.

Step 6: Tap Reset again.

All network settings will be reset on your Samsung device. If none of the above solutions worked for you, you can try wiping the cache on your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

End the list of possible methods to fix WiFi issue on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Do you have any other alternative methods? Share it with us in the below comment box

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