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Samsung s22 ultra please help me

(Topic created on: 02-21-2024 10:00 PM)
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Moh0eed
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My phone keeps disconnecting the WiFi, and I try to find solutions, but can't I need help and I keep opening wifi just to connect again 
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MOQBALI
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Galaxy S
Too many WiFi connections can also cause your Android WiFi to keep disconnecting. A perfect way to fix this is by removing or forgetting unused WiFi networks.
Moh0eed
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I have 2 wifi bro why a huge issue for just 2 wifi
MOQBALI
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If your phone keeps disconnecting from WiFi, here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:

1. **Restart Your Phone**: A simple restart can often fix temporary glitches. Turn off your phone, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on.

2. **Forget and Reconnect to WiFi**:
- Go to Settings > Wi-Fi on your phone.
- Find your WiFi network in the list and tap on it.
- Select "Forget" to remove the network.
- Reconnect to the network by selecting it from the list and entering the password.

3. **Check Router Settings**:
- Make sure your router is working properly and has a strong signal.
- Restart your router by unplugging it, waiting 30 seconds, and then plugging it back in.
- Check for any firmware updates for your router and install them if available.

4. **Reset Network Settings**:
- On your phone, go to Settings > System > Reset options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth.
- This will reset all network settings, including saved networks and passwords. You'll have to reconnect to your WiFi network afterward.

5. **Check for Interference**:
- Nearby electronic devices or appliances can sometimes interfere with WiFi signals. Move away from such devices if possible.
- Place your router in a central location away from walls and metal objects.

6. **Battery Saving Mode**:
- Some phones have battery-saving modes that may turn off WiFi to save power. Check your phone's settings to ensure WiFi isn't being disabled in battery-saving mode.

7. **Update Your Phone's Software**:
- Ensure your phone's operating system is up to date. Software updates often include bug fixes and improvements that could address WiFi issues.

8. **Check App Settings**:
- Some apps may have settings that affect WiFi connectivity. For example, VPN apps or battery-saving apps could be interfering.
- Disable such apps temporarily to see if they are causing the problem.

9. **Safe Mode**:
- Boot your phone into Safe Mode to check if a third-party app is causing the WiFi disconnection issue.
- If WiFi works fine in Safe Mode, a recently installed app may be the culprit.

10. **Factory Reset** (last resort):
- If all else fails, you can perform a factory reset on your phone. This will erase all data, so be sure to back up your important information first.

If none of these steps resolve the issue, it's possible there may be a hardware problem with your phone's WiFi components. In that case, contacting the manufacturer or your phone carrier for further assistance may be necessary.
Moh0eed
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Galaxy S
Okay thanks bro ❤️
Zammi
Active Level 8
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Disable below first 2 options from wifi settings / intelligent wifi

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Samsung_specialist
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Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try to resolve the issue:

1. Restart Your Phone: Begin by restarting your phone. Sometimes, a simple reboot can fix temporary glitches that may be causing the Wi-Fi disconnection.

2. Forget and Reconnect to Wi-Fi Network: Go to Settings > Wi-Fi, then tap on the Wi-Fi network you're having trouble with and select "Forget." Afterward, reconnect to the network by entering the password and see if the issue persists.

3. Reset Network Settings: Go to Settings > General Management > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This action will reset all network settings, including Wi-Fi, mobile data, and Bluetooth connections. Note that you'll need to reconfigure your Wi-Fi networks after performing this reset.

4. Check Router Settings: Ensure that your Wi-Fi router is functioning properly and that there are no issues with its settings. You may want to restart your router or check for firmware updates.

5. Update Phone Software: Make sure your phone's software is up to date. Go to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install to check for any available updates.

6. Check for Interference: Wi-Fi signals can be disrupted by nearby electronic devices, metal objects, or thick walls. Try moving closer to your Wi-Fi router to see if the connection stabilizes.

7. Contact Your Internet Service Provider (ISP): If the issue persists, reach out to your ISP to ensure there are no service interruptions or issues with your internet connection.

Moh0eed
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Galaxy S
Thanks
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