Annoying by constantly dropping WiFi connectivity on your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra/S20+? Here are the possible solutions to fix WiFi issue on Galaxy S20/S20+, or S20 Ultra. Different WiFi problems occur like WiFi authentication error, won’t connect to WiFi, and other network problems. First of all, check the network or internet related problem on your phone. Several users reported S20 Ultra WiFi dropping issue on the Samsung community.
You can also check for the latest system update. Update can improve your phone performances that help fix Samsung S20 WiFi problems.
6 Ways to Fix Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Drops WiFi Connection Issue
Check out below given solutions.
Restart your phone
Step 1: Press and hold the side key and volume down key until the power menu appears.
You can see Power off, Restart, and Emergency mode options.
Step 2: Tap Restart.
After the restart, your phone, try to connect WiFi.
Find the Problem – Network/Internet/Phone
Check your phone can connect to another WiFi network. If your phone can connect to other WiFi, the problem is the network.
If your phone connects to the WiFi network but you still have internet connectivity issues, the issue is your internet connection.
Try connecting your WiFi with another phone or laptop. If other devices can connect WiFi, the problem is your phone.
Restart the Router & Modem
Unplug the router and modem’s power cords from the power outlet for 15 seconds. Plug the power cords back in. Make sure all cabled & cords are securely connected from both ends. Wait until the lights on the modem and router turning on. If the lights aren’t working, you could have a problem with the router, modem, or internet connection. Contact your internet service provider.
Delete & Re-add WiFi Network
Delete a WiFi network from your phone.
Step 1: Go to Settings.
Step 2: Tap Connections.
Step 3: Tap WiFi.
Step 4: If needed, enable WiFi.
Step 5: Tap the saved network that you want to remove.
Step 6: Tap Forgot.
Add the WiFi Network Again
Settings > Connections > WiFi > Add Network > Enter the Network name & other security > Save
Restart your Phone in Safe Mode to check if any apps problem
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap the Power icon.
Step 2: Tap & hold the power off button until you see the safe mode icon.
Step 3: Tap on Safe mode.
Step 4: You can see the safe mode icon at the bottom left corner of the screen.
Now, restart your phone in safe mode. It will hide or disable downloaded apps temporarily from your device. Check WiFi issue occurs in safe mode. If your phone connects WiFi in safe mode, you need to find an app that causing the issue and deletes it from your phone. If you still have to face the WiFi issue, it means the problem is related to hardware or OS. To exit safe mode on the S20 series, restart your phone.
Reset All Network Settings
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 settings to confirm it.
You can see this message: Network settings have been reset!
It will remove all saved WiFi networks and Bluetooth connection pairs. Now, restart your phone and try to connect with WiFi.
And that’s all. Do you have any alternative methods to fix Samsung S20 WiFi issues? Share with us in below comment box. Don’t forget to mention which method worked for you. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.