My Galaxy S10 Won’t Connect To WiFi After Android 10. Here’s The Fix!

Network issues are common. They may occur every now and then but they’re not necessarily hard to fix. That seems to be the case with some owners who reported that their Galaxy S10 won’t connect to WiFi anymore shortly after the Android 10 update. 

In this article, we will tackle this problem. We will try to look into it deeper to understand why it happens and needs to be done to make the device work perfectly again. If you’re one of the users who recently updated to Android 10 and started to have this kind of problem, continue reading as we may be able to help.

What To Do If Galaxy S10 Won’t Connect To WiFi

WiFi-related problems can easily be fixed but if they persist, then here are the things you need to do.

  1. Perform the Forced Restart


    Perhaps the reason why your Galaxy S10 won’t connect to WiFi is due to a minor firmware issue that may have affected one or some of the network services. It may sound a bit complicated but you can actually fix it by doing the forced restart. 

    galaxy s10 won't connect to wifi force restart
    – Press the volume down button and the power key at the same time and hold for 15 seconds or until the logo shows. 

    Once the phone has finished rebooting, try to reconnect to the network and see if the problem still persists.

  2. Power-cycle your network device


    After doing the first solution and your Galaxy S10 is still not able to connect to the network, then it’s possible that the problem is with the network itself. 

    galaxy s10 won't connect to wifi powercycle network device


    Unplug your router and/or modem from the power source and leave it without power for a minute or two. After that, plug it back in, wait until it starts to broadcast the signal and try to reconnect. 

    Also, try to see if your other devices can connect to the same network or not. If they, too, can’t connect then there must be a problem with your router. You may call your Internet Service Provider for that. 

    However, if only your Galaxy S10 won’t connect to WiFi, then move on to the next solution.

  3. Reset the Network Settings of your device


    If you weren’t able to fix the problem at this point, then it’s best to perform a general troubleshooting procedure. It is possible that some network services aren’t working on your device. You have to reset the network settings to do so. 

    galaxy s10 won't connect to wifi reset network

    Step 1: Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Settings
    Step 2: Find General management and tap on it, then touch Reset
    Step 3: Tap Reset network Settings > Reset Settings > Reset

    After this, let your phone reconnect to the network. If the problem didn’t go away, then you have to reset your device itself.

  4. Factory reset your Galaxy S10


    At this point, a factory reset may be necessary. But before you actually do that, make sure to create a copy of your important files and data because you may find it difficult to recover them after the reset. 

    When ready, follow these steps to reset your phone. 

    galaxy s10 won't connect to wifi reset

    Step 1: Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Settings
    Step 2: Find General management and tap on it, then touch Reset
    Step 3: Tap Reset network Settings > Factory data reset > Reset
    Step 4: Tap Delete all

    After the reset, set up your Galaxy S10 as a new device. You’ll know during the setup if the problem is fixed or not. If your phone still won’t be able to connect to your Wi-Fi network, then have it repaired.

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