Fix Galaxy S20 WiFi Automatically Switch To Data (Solution)

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Fix Galaxy S20 WiFi Automatically Switch To Data (Solution)

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus seems to have a WiFi connection issue that causes the phone to automatically switch to the Internet after it is terminated. The WiFi connection stops working due to a weak WiFi signal. However, if the WiFi signal strength is strong but the connection drops off, this can cause frustration and can be fixed by us.

The Galaxy S20 WiFi Connection switches from WiFi data to WiFi using the WLAN To Mobile Data option. It is available in the Android settings for the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus. This setting, called “Smart Network Switch”, was developed for the Samsung Galaxy S20. The goal is to automatically switch between Wi Fi networks and mobile networks (such as LTE) to establish a reliable network connection. The good news about this WiFi setting is that it can be changed to fix the Galaxy S20 WiFi issues.

Here’s the best way to disable smart network switching on the Samsung Galaxy S20.

  • Turn on the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus smartphones
  • Allow mobile data to be connected to the Samsung Galaxy S20
  • After you have enabled mobile data, go to Menu->Settings->Wireless
  • The “Smart network switching” option will appear at the bottom of the page.
  • You can uncheck this option to have a less stable connection with your Samsung Galaxy S20 using the router still in place.
  • Now, your Samsung Galaxy S20 will not automatically switch between Wi Fi or the mobile Internet.

In most cases, these instructions will resolve the WiFi problem. The Galaxy S20 WiFi connection may be terminated. In this case, you can wipe the cache partition to resolve the WiF issue. This method will not delete any data on the Samsung Galaxy S20. All data like photos, videos, messages and other files are not deleted. You can perform the “Wipe Cookie Partition” function from the Android recovery menu.

Solve wifi issues on Galaxy S20

  • The Samsung Galaxy S20 can be powered on.
  • Hold the power button, volume down and the home button simultaneously.
  • After a few seconds, your Galaxy S20 will vibrate again and the recovery mode has been started.
  • Search for the entry called “wipe cache partition” and then start it.
  • After a few moments, the process will be complete and you can reboot the Galaxy S20 by clicking “reboot now”.

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