Fix Samsung Galaxy S22 Wi-Fi Connection Keeps Dropping Issue

One of the most common problems you can encounter even if you’re using a high-end device like the Samsung Galaxy S22 is when the Wi-Fi connection just won’t work without apparent reason or cause. 

A problem like that can be very annoying but there are times when the problem isn’t with your phone but with the network device. That’s why it’s very important that you spend a little time troubleshooting your device to know what the problem is, what causes it and formulate a solution to fix it. 

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That’s what we’re going to do in this post. So with that being said, here are the things you should do: 

  1. First solution: Restart your router.

    When it comes to fixing network related problems, the first thing you have to do is to refresh the memory of your network device, if possible. Assuming that it is your home network you’re connected to, what you have to do is unplug the router or modem from the power source. 

    Leave it without power for a minute or two, and after that, plug the power cord back in and wait until it starts to broadcast the signal. 

    Once available, have your Galaxy S22 reconnect to it and try to see if the connection still drops at some point. If this doesn’t fix the problem, then move on to the next solution. 

  2. Second solution: Reboot your phone. 

    After restarting your router and the problem continues, the next thing you need to do is to reboot your phone as well. Doing so will reload all the core services including the ones used for wireless communication. 

    Needless to say, it will refresh the connection between your phone and the network device. 

    1. To restart your phone, swipe down from the top of the screen twice to pull down the Quick Settings panel. 
    2. Tap the Power icon at the top of the screen. 
    3. Select Restart and and tap Restart one more time to reboot your Galaxy S22. 

    After the reboot, try to find out if the problem is fixed because if not, then move on to the next solution. 

  3. Third solution: Forget & reconnect to the network. 

    Another possibility that you have to rule out is that this problem can be caused by a corrupt connection file. So what you need to do next is to delete the current connection and have your phone reconnect to your home network. 

    1. To do that, swipe down from the top of the screen and then tap and hold the Wi-Fi icon until you’re brought to its settings page. 
    2. Look for the network your phone is connected with and then tap the gear icon next to it. 
    3. Tap Forget and the connection will be deleted. 
    4. After that, tap the same network and enter the password to reconnect one more time. 

    If the problem continues even after this procedure, then move on to the next solution. 

  4. Fourth solution: Reset the network settings. 

    After refreshing the connection and your phone continues to drop its Wi-Fi connection, then you have to reset the network settings of your phone. Especially if other devices that are connected to the same network don’t have the same problem as your Galaxy S22. 

    Resetting the network settings will delete all the current wireless connections in your phone. So you will have to reconnect to the Wi-Fi network as well as re-pair your phone with your Bluetooth devices. 
    For as long as it’s not a router issue, you will be able to fix this problem by resetting the network settings. 

    Here’s how it’s done: 

    1. Pull up the App Drawer and tap Settings. 
    2. Scroll down and tap General management. 
    3. Scroll down again and tap Reset. 
    4. Select Reset network settings. 
    5. Read the information on the screen and tap Reset settings. 
    6. Enter your security lock if prompted and then tap Reset. 

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  • Samsung Galaxy S22

After doing that, you have to reconnect to the network to have an Internet connection and pair your Bluetooth devices with your phone to stream the audio through your accessory.

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