Last Updated on January 31, 2024 by Bestusefultips
Do you want to switch from 5G to 4G on Samsung Galaxy devices? Here’s how to turn off 5G on Samsung S24, S24 Plus, S24 Ultra, S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra (Compatible with Samsung S22 and Samsung S21 series). Using a 5G network, you can quickly download and upload data, stream faster without buffering, and have better connectivity. However, several users face calling problems, no internet access, enabled mobile data, or network issues while using 5G. Also, 5G uses higher frequency bands that use more data. Let’s see how to enable/disable 5G on Samsung One UI (6.0) devices.
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How to Turn On or Turn Off 5G Samsung Phone and Tablet
By default, automatically set 5G when your carrier supports your Samsung phone. You can disable 5G on a Samsung phone using the settings below.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel twice at the top and tap the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Tap on Connections.
Step 3: Tap the Mobile networks.
Step 4: Tap the Network mode.
If you enabled 5G, your device may show 5G/LTE/3G/2G (Auto connect).
Step 5: Choose the LTE/3G/2G.
How to Turn Off 5G on Android 14
Follow the below steps to turn 5G off on your Android stock OS devices.
Step 1: Go to Settings.
Step 2: Tap Network & Internet.
Step 3: Tap SIMs.
Step 4: Scroll down and tap on Preferred network type.
Step 5: Choose LTE.
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How to Enable 5G on Samsung One UI (6.0)
To turn on the 5G connection on your Samsung One UI (5.1), go to Settings > Connections > Mobile networks > Network mode > Choose 5G/LTE/3G/2G (Auto connect).
How to Turn Off Data Roaming on Samsung Phone
Settings > Connections > Mobile networks > Toggle off Data roaming
Why is 5G not working on my Samsung?
If your Samsung phone is not working with 5G, ensure your phone is 5G compatible. Make sure your carrier has a 5G network in your area. If your carrier doesn’t support 5G in your place (Area), you won’t be able to use it even if your phone supports the 5G connection. Check that your network mode is set to 5G. Try to reset network settings to reset all network settings on your phone. If you still face 5G problems, please get in touch with your SIM provider or Samsung support team.
What Does LTE Mean?
LTE stands for long-term evolution, a standard for wireless broadband communication for smartphones and data terminals. LTE is a 4G (fourth generation) wireless technology that provides faster data transfer and better network performance compared to previous technology.
And that’s all. Do you still have any questions about turning off 5G on Samsung Phones? Tell us in the comment section below.