This tutorial explains to you how to reset network settings on Samsung Galaxy S20 (Plus) and S20 Ultra 5G. You need to reset S20 network settings when you’re device WiFi connection dropping, Bluetooth won’t pair, mobile data not working, poor network signal, and other network-related situation. After completing this setting, your phone restores default network configuration in your Samsung Galaxy or Android devices.
When you reset network settings on Samsung or Android devices, it will remove all saved Bluetooth pair, saved WiFi network & password, and mobile data network settings in your device. It will reset all network settings, including WiFi, Cellular Data, and Bluetooth. Useful to fix network issues in your Samsung S20+, S20 Ultra, and S20 devices.
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Perform a Network Reset Settings on Samsung Galaxy S20+ and S20 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.
Enter the PIN or password if you have set up. This pop-up message appears: All network settings will be reset. This action can’t be undone.
Step 6: Tap Reset to confirm it.
You can see this message: Network settings reset!
Now, delete the saved WiFi network and Bluetooth paired. To use it enter the WiFi password and pair Bluetooth device again.
And that’s all. I hope this little tip useful to reset network settings on the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. Have you ever face a network-related issue in your device? Tell us in below comment box if you have any queries.