Many Samsung owners have reported slow Internet speeds when using the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus. Your smartphone could be experiencing slow internet speeds when you use apps like Twitter and Snapchat.
Below, we will explain why this happens on your phone and how to fix it. Follow these instructions.
The main reasons Galaxy S20 Internet is slow:
- Low signal strength.
- Bad Wi-Fi network
- Websites get lots of traffic.
- Network congestion is too many users.
- Some apps run in the background
- Too little smartphone memory
- Internet cache corrupted, or fully.
- You must update the Galaxy S20 firmware.
- You must update your browser software if it is outdated.
- Exceeded speed limit or speed reduction reached
These are some possible reasons why the Internet is slow on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus. If you haven’t found the cause of your problem with the Galaxy S20 or S20+ Plus slow Internet, you can try the steps below.
Make sure that the WiFi is off on Galaxy S20
Many times, the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus remains connected to WiFi networks even when signal strength is low. You should try to turn off WiFi to resolve the problem. These are the steps to follow:
- Turn on the smartphone.
- Select the Menu
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Connections
- Tap Wi Fi.
- To turn Wi Fi off, tap the ON/OFF slider.
Clear caches Galaxy S20
This should fix your slow Internet connection problem on Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. If you are still experiencing slow Internet on Galaxy S20, then you may need to do a “wipe caching partition”. This will clear your cache but it will not delete any files, photos, or contacts.
Scan Galaxy S20 To Find Malware
If clearing cache wasn’t possible, then you should test your smartphone for malware. The Google Play Store has a list of malware scanners that you can download for free. Before downloading these apps, you should read the reviews. These apps may not all be good. You can check reviews to see if people have left positive feedback about whether the app helped with the Galaxy S20+ Plus’s weak Internet connection.
Get Technical Assistance
If nothing works after you have tried everything, it is recommended that you take your smartphone to a professional technician to test it. A technician will usually repair your smartphone if it is found defective.