There are different kinds of reset you can do on your Galaxy A20, or any Android phone for that matter. One of those is the network reset, which may come in very handy if you have some issues with your phone related to connectivity. And in this post, we will show you how to reset Galaxy A20 Network Settings to fix any network problem.
It is important that you know how to do this procedure as you don’t know when issues would occur. So, if you’re one of the owners of this phone and are currently having some problems connecting to the internet via mobile data or Wi-Fi, then continue reading as this article may be able to help you.
Reset Network Settings On Galaxy A20
Time Needed : 4 minutes
Unlike factory reset, you don’t need to backup your files and data as they will not be touched nor deleted. Only the wireless connections with your phone will be gone after doing this, including Bluetooth connections. If you’re ready, here’s what you need to do:
- Pull the app drawer up and then tap Settings.
You may also access Settings by swiping down from the top of the screen and tapping the gear icon.
- Find General management and tap on it.
You will have to scroll all the way down to see it.
- Tap Reset.
This will show you the different types of resets you can do on your Galaxy A20, but what we’re looking for here is the network reset.
- Tap Reset network settings.
This will bring all wireless services back to factory defaults, and all connections will be deleted.
- Tap the Reset settings button to proceed.
After doing so, you will be prompted to enter your security lock.
- Now, tap the Reset button.
This is the last step and you would know if the process is successful because there will be a message at the bottom of the screen that says, “Network settings reset.”
Once the network reset is successful, all your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections will be deleted, and mobile data will also be brought back to original configuration.
Some FAQs About Network Reset
At this point, we would like to answer some of the questions sent to us by our readers.
No. None of your files or pictures will be deleted if you reset Galaxy A20 network settings. Only the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections will be erased. Which means that you would need to reconnect to the network again to be able to connect to the Internet.
Well, it depends what the problem really is. If mobile data is not working on your phone due to account- or credit-related issues, then no reset can fix that. But if you’re pretty sure that the problem isn’t with your account or your provider’s network and it occurred without apparent reason or cause, then you should try resetting the network settings of your phone as it might help.
Yes! Your Wi-Fi connections will be deleted once the network reset is finished. If it’s your home Wi-Fi you’re connecting to, then you won’t have issues reconnecting to it.
Yes. Resetting the network settings also resets the Bluetooth services on your device. As long as the problem isn’t hardware-related, there’s a big possibility that this will fix the problem for you.
And that’s pretty much it, guys!
I hope that this simple tutorial has been helpful.
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