So, for the benefit of our readers out there who are encountering this particular issue in their Android devices, especially the Galaxy Note 2, we would like to share these additional solutions that you can try out.
Possible Solutions to for Galaxy Note 2 WiFi Not Working
You can try out the solutions below to fix the issue with your Galaxy Note 2 WiFi:
1. Soft Reset Devices
Try removing the battery of your Galaxy Note 2 while it is powered On. Then, put it back again and let it boot. This will refresh your phone’s system and remove its minor bugs. However, this only provides a temporary solution based on some forum feedbacks.
You can also try resetting your router or unplug and plug it from its power source.
2. Configure Settings
One user in AndroidCentral forums suggested reconnecting to the network using these steps:
- Open the WiFi configuration menu
- Select the Forget button
- Disconnect the Galaxy Note 2 WiFi
- Restart the phone
- Access WiFi again by reentering all your login details
According to some people experiencing this trouble, this solution somehow worked for them.
3. Remove Suspicious Apps
Freeing your device from suspicious or unauthentic apps will also help you resolve the issue.
For more information about WiFi problems in Android devices, we recommend reading these articles that we have previously published in our site:
- WiFi Connectivity Problem in Galaxy Note 2
- How To Fix A Galaxy Note 2 WiFi Auto Connect Problem
- Solutions to Samsung Galaxy S3 WiFi Auto Connect Problem
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