How To Reset Network Settings on Samsung Galaxy Note 20

In this tutorial, we will show you how to reset network settings on your Galaxy Note 20 and learn about its uses. Apparently, such a procedure has been very useful to many users as it can fix most of the network issues. Read on to learn more. 

There are times when network issues occur and you don’t have a clue as to why they occurred. But you don’t have to worry if that happens to you because as long as the problem is with the firmware, you can easily fix it by resetting the network settings. 

Such a procedure can also be very helpful in fixing slow browsing and intermittent connection. It brings all the network settings back to their default values and it might be the only thing you need to fix the problem on your device. Here’s how it’s done:

Time Needed : 3 minutes

Such a procedure can also be very helpful in fixing slow browsing and intermittent connection. It brings all the network settings back to their default values and it might be the only thing you need to fix the problem on your device. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Launch the Settings app on your phone.

    You can either swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear icon, or pull up the app drawer and tap Settings.

  2. Scroll down to find General management, and then tap on it.

    You will have to scroll all the way down to be able to see it. 

  3. Tap Reset to view all the reset options.

    This screen shows you all the reset you can do but what we’re looking for is the one for the network services. 

  4. Tap Reset Network Settings.

    This will delete all the wireless connections on your phone including Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

  5. Tap the Reset settings button, and enter your screen lock to proceed.

    You will be prompted for your security lock if you’ve set up one. 

  6. Now tap Reset to proceed with network reset.

    This procedure will take only a couple of seconds to complete.

Tools
  • Android 11, OneUI 3.1
Materials
  • Galaxy Note 20

Once it is complete,  you’ll see a text at the lower part of the screen. 

After the network reset, all the wireless connections on your phone are deleted including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. You will have to reconnect to the network or pair your other devices with your Note 20. 

If you’ve been having network issues, then it’s probably fixed now that you’ve already reset the network services. 

And that’s how you reset network settings on your Galaxy Note 20. We hope that this simple tutorial can help you one way or the other. 

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