Find out how you can fix the Wi-Fi won’t connect issue that happen to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 so you will be able to use your Wi-Fi connection once more and expect no trouble from it in the future.
Some people find that their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has specific issue regarding the Wi-Fi connection. This feature seems unable to stabilize the connection that it made where it keeps dropping from time to time or even it won’t connect at all.
Wi-Fi Wont Connect Issue on Galaxy Note 7
If that is the same issue that you have to deal with, then you may want to try some of these available solutions that might help you to fix this issue once and for all.
- Start it with simple things such as turn the Wi-Fi feature OFF and then turn it back ON sometimes later. You also can do this by simply restart or reboot the phone and after that check the connection once again
- Try to refresh the network. Go to Wi-Fi settings, find the troubled connection, choose to forget it and then build a new connection with the network once again.
- For no obvious reason, some people find that when they turn off their Bluetooth feature, they don’t have any problem with their Wi-Fi connection.
- If your Wi-Fi connection work on 2.4 GHz, then you may want to switch it to the 5 GHz, since the problem with Bluetooth feature only affect those with Wi-Fi connection that work on 2.4 GHz.
Try to reset the whole network setting. If you do this, you have to set up the whole network once again, but then again it may work. Go to Setting > Backup and Reset > Reset Network Setting > Reset Setting.
There are other solutions such as wipe out cache partition that works great in other problem, or you also want to consider doing factory reset as your last resort if nothing really works. Hopefully you will find that one of the above solutions will work to fix the issue with Wi-Fi connection on your phone.