Here’s how to reset network settings on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G. When you reset Galaxy S20 FE network settings, it will reset all network settings including saved Wi-Fi networks, cellular data, and Bluetooth paired. You can perform network reset settings if you’re phone has a WiFi connectivity issue, Bluetooth won’t pair, Internet not connecting, and other network issues.
How to Reset Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Network Settings
Step 1: Pull down the notification tray at the top and touch on the “Settings gear” icon.
Step 2: Scroll down and touch “General management”.
Step 3: Touch on “Reset”.
Step 4: Touch “Reset network settings”.
Step 5: Touch “Reset settings”.
Step 6: Enter the current screen lock and tap on Next.
This message displayed: All network settings will be reset. This action can’t be undone.
Step 7: Touch on “Reset”.
Now remove all your network settings to the default network in your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. To use Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other networks, you need to set up it again in your phone.
Check Also: How to Factory Reset Galaxy S20 FE 5G
How to Enable Switch to Mobile Data on Galaxy S20 FE
When turning on the switch to mobile data, your phone will automatically use mobile data when the WiFi network you are connected to is weak or slow. This may increase your cellular data usage.
Step 1: Pull down from the top of the screen and touch & hold the “WiFi” icon.
Step 2: Touch on “Three vertical dots” in the upper right corner.
Step 3: Touch “Advanced”.
Step 4: Toggle on “Switch to mobile data”.
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