Galaxy S20 And Galaxy: How To Fix WiFi Switches To Data Issue

Samsung Galaxy S20, and Galaxy S20+ Plus have a WiFi problem. The connection automatically switches to the Internet and terminates. The WiFi connection drops due to weak WiFi signals that are unable to connect the Galaxy S20 with the Internet. If the WiFi signal drops and the connection is lost, it can be frustrating. We can help you resolve this issue.

The Galaxy S20 WiFi switch from WiFi and data is made possible by the WLAN-to-mobile data option, which can be found in the Android settings on the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus. The setting’s name is “Smart network switching” and it was developed on the Samsung Galaxy S20. It automatically switches between Wi-Fi networks and mobile networks to ensure a stable connection. You can adjust this WiFi setting to fix the Galaxy S20 WiFi problems.

To disable the smart network switch of the Samsung Galaxy S20, and fix the WiFi problem, here’s how:

  • Turn on your Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus smartphone
  • Enable mobile data connection for the Samsung Galaxy S20
  • After your mobile data connection has been activated, you can go to Menu->Settings->Wireless
  • You will find the option “Smart Network Switch” at the beginning of the page.
  • To get a weaker wireless connection to your Samsung Galaxy S20, make sure you uncheck this option.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S20 no longer switches automatically between Wi-Fi or mobile Internet.

Most cases, the instructions above will solve your WiFi problem. However, if the Galaxy S20 WiFi connections is cut off or disconnected for any reason, then a “wipe cache part” will be performed to fix the WiF problem. This method does not erase any data from the Samsung Galaxy S20. All data including messages, photos, videos, and videos are safe. You can also perform the “Wipe the Cache Partition” function via the Android recovery mode.

Fix the wifi problem on Galaxy S20

  • Power on the Samsung Galaxy S20.
  • Hold the power on, volume up, home and power buttons at the same moment.
  • After a few seconds the Galaxy S20 will vibrate one more time and the recovery mode will start.
  • Look for the entry “wipe cache part” and click on it to start.
  • After a few seconds, the process is finished and the Galaxy S20 can now be restarted using “reboot system”
Galaxy S20 And Galaxy: How To Fix WiFi Switches To Data Issue

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