Internet Keeps Stopping on Galaxy S24? Here’s how to fix it.

The Samsung Galaxy S24 is a powerful device designed to provide a seamless internet browsing experience. However, like any other smartphone, it may encounter issues such as the internet stopping suddenly. This can occur due to various reasons such as software glitches, incorrect settings, or network issues.

1. Perform a Soft Reset

Performing a soft reset can clear any temporary software bugs that might be causing the internet to stop.

1. Press and hold the power button on your Samsung Galaxy S24.

2. Tap on the ‘Restart’ option.

Wait for your phone to restart and then check if the flickering is fixed.

2. Check Internet Connection

Ensuring a stable internet connection is crucial for uninterrupted browsing.

  1. Open ‘Settings’.
  2. Tap on ‘Connections’.
  3. Check if Wi-Fi or Mobile data is connected.

3. Clear Browser Cache

Clearing the cache of your internet browser can often resolve issues related to internet connectivity.

  1. Open ‘Settings’.
  2. Tap on ‘Apps’.
  3. Find and tap on ‘Internet’.
  4. Tap on ‘Storage’.
  5. Tap on ‘Clear Cache’.

4. Update Your Device

Keeping your device updated can help resolve any issues caused by outdated software.

1. Open your phone’s settings.

2. Scroll down and tap on ‘Software update’.

3. Tap on ‘Download and install’.

4. If an update is available, follow the prompts to install it.

5. Your phone will restart to complete the update process.

5. Reset Mobile Network Settings

Resetting network settings can resolve issues caused by incorrect network configurations.

1. Open your phone’s settings.

2. Tap on ‘General management’.

3. Tap on ‘Reset’.

4. Tap on ‘Reset mobile network settings’.

5. Tap on ‘Reset settings’ to confirm.

6. After the reset, check to see if your mobile data is working again.

6. Use Safe Mode

Booting your device in safe mode can help you determine if a third-party app is causing the internet issue.

1. Press and hold the power button.

2. Tap and hold the “Power off” option that appears.

3. It will turn to Safe mode, so tap on it.

4. Tap Safe mode once again to proceed.

Your device will restart and “Safe mode” will be displayed in the lower-left corner of the screen.

7. Factory Reset

Performing a factory reset can resolve the issue if it’s due to a more serious software problem.

1. Back up all important data on your phone as it will be deleted in the process.

2. Open your phone’s settings.

3. Scroll down and tap on ‘General management’.

4. Tap on ‘Reset’.

5. Tap on ‘Factory data reset’.

6. Scroll down and tap on ‘Reset’.

7. If prompted, enter your PIN, password, or pattern.

8. Tap on ‘Delete all’.

8. Contact Your ISP

If none of the above solutions work, it might be an issue from your Internet Service Provider’s end. In this case, contacting them for further assistance would be the best course of action.

Remember, it’s always best to back up your data regularly to prevent any loss in case you need to use these solutions. 

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