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Workaround for Basic Samsung Galaxy S4 Wi-Fi Problems

Workaround for Basic Samsung Galaxy S4 Wi-Fi Problems

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One of the most noted Samsung Galaxy S4 issue is its Wi-Fi. A whole lot of people have different complains regarding S4’s Wi-Fi, however what most of them really don’t know that most of these issues are sometimes router related and you need to reset your router in order to overcome different issues. However this is also the fact that some S4’s problems are due to the manufacturing faults. Following are the problems regarding Galaxy S4 Wi-Fi:


  • Galaxy S4 not connecting to Wi-Fi.
  • Connection dropping
  • Signal dropping.


  • The very first thing that you need to do is to follow the following basic steps, as it has been noted that a whole lot of people have resolved their Samsung Galaxy S4 Wi-Fi problems simply by following the below mentioned procedure.
    • Toggle your WI-Fi ON / OFF and check.
    • Toggle your WI–Fi ON / OFF and check.
    • Restart your phone and check.
  • Now go into settings section of your phone and from there go to Wi-Fi and enter in its settings, and make sure that the option “Keep Wi-Fi on during Sleep” is set to Always, if not then change it to “Always” and check.
  • Turn OFF Wi-Fi power save mode on your phone, as it has been reported that it is also the cause of this Wi-Fi problem. You can turn this OFF simply by dialing *#0011# from your phone, afterwards go to Menu of your phone, Go into Wi-Fi options and change Wi-Fi power saving mode to OFF.
  • Besides everything else, you also need to make sure that the router you are using has its Firmware up-to-date else this might cause similar problems that you are currently encountering.
  • If that doesn’t work for then the next thing that you need to do is to go into router settings and change it to 802.11mode this could also solve the problem.
  • If everything else fails then the next thing that you need to do is to refer to your router’s documentations for Troubleshooting or contact your Internet Service Provider for more details.

All the above mentioned steps are surely going to resolve your problem, as most of the people have resolved all of the above mentioned issues via this way. In case all of them fails then it is clearly a hardware issue, and you need to get it done via a reliable service / repair center.


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