Performing a network reset comes in handy when dealing with network-related issues on your phone. This is often deemed among the last options should the basic solutions fail to fix the manifesting symptoms. Outlined below are simple steps on how to reset network settings on a Galaxy S20. Scroll down to view more illustrative instructions.
Steps and Illustrations on how to reset network settings on Galaxy S20
The following steps and screenshots depict the standard procedure on how to reset the network settings on a Samsung Galaxy S20. Feel free to refer to this visual guide whenever needed.
- Go to the Home screen then swipe down from the top of the display.
Doing so will open the Notification panel.
- From the notification panel, touch the Settings icon.
A list of settings menu options will then show up.
- Swipe to and touch General management.
This will load up key commands to manage your phone’s operating system and relevant services.
- Next, touch Reset.
A list of reset options will then show up.
- Select the option to Reset network settings.
This is the command to reset your phone’s Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other network settings and restore their default values.
- Then touch Reset Settings to continue.
Another prompt containing which information will be reset appears.
Note: If prompted, just enter your unlock pattern or fingerprint to proceed.
- Touch Reset on the pop-up.
Doing so will confirm that you want to reset your phone’s network settings to factory defaults.
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