How to Fix Mobile Data Issues on Samsung Galaxy S8

The first thing you can do to fix mobile data issues on Samsung Galaxy S8 is to restart the phone. By turning it off and on again, it clears out cached files that might have affected the phone’s mobile data function. Thus, refreshing the phone’s system. If the problem persists, troubleshoot further using the tweaks mapped out below.

Fix Mobile Data Issues on Samsung Galaxy S8


If your mobile internet isn’t working on your Samsung Galaxy S8, then you can try these following steps:

  • Power off your device completely, then power it back on.
  • Make sure you have a network connection (if you have No Service click here).
  • Go to Settings > Connections > Data usage and make sure mobile data is ON and there is no data limit blocking you.
  • Once you’ve verified your data is on, go to Settings > Connections > Mobile networks.
  • Tap on Access Point Names.
  • In this window make sure you have your APN settings configured for your Carrier (you will see your network name). If you don’t see your network name and can’t discern any APN settings, you might have to configure them manually. To do so you can check if they are available here for your Carrier or a simple google search for your Carrier’s APN settings should yield the proper result.
  • If you still can’t access mobile internet from your Samsung Galaxy S8, contact your network provider and see if you can confirm your APN settings with them, or have them reset your network connection.

I hope that we are able to help you fix the mobile data issues on your Samsung Galaxy S8 device. If you find this information helpful, feel free to share this post.

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