Fix Wi-Fi problem in Android Nougat 7.0 & 7.1 devices. Just reset network settings on nougat to solve Wi-Fi or cellular data issue. Recently updated my Moto G4 plus to latest android 7.0 Nougat. After i want to connect device to Wi-Fi, it will saw password is save but Wi-Fi is not working in my nougat device and issue related Wi-Fi disconnect on your device. Using reset network settings, you will reset all network settings on android Nougat including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular data.
Sometime poor Wi-Fi connection or cellular connection problem is because of low Wi-Fi signal strength & frequency. Before reset settings, I tried to delete password and enter again, restart device and other basic solution to fix Wi-Fi problems in my nougat device but not working. You can also reset default networks in your device to restore modified Wi-Fi settings to network defaults. Below you can see the complete process to reset network settings on nougat 7.0 & 7.1 to fix Wi-Fi issues in Moto G4 plus, Nexus 6P / 6, Samsung galaxy S7 & S7 edge.
How to reset network settings on nougat 7.0 & 7.1
Step 1: Tap on “App drawer” from home screen on your Moto G4 plus (Android 7.0 Nougat)
Step 2: Tap on “Settings”
Step 3: Click on “Backup & reset” under personal section
Step 4: Tap on “Network settings reset”
Step 5: Click on “Reset Settings”
Step 6: If set pattern lock on your device, use it to continue process
You can see this message: Reset all network settings? You can’t undo this action!
Step 7: Tap on again “Reset Settings” to reset all network settings on your android nougat 7.0
You can see message on screen “Network settings have been reset” in your device. All Wi-Fi, cellular and Bluetooth settings erase from device. Now connect your phone to Wi-Fi and check working or not.
I hope above given steps to reset network settings on nougat is helpful to fix Wi-Fi problem on your devices. If you have any kind of trouble, let me know on below comment box, would be pleasure to help you.