There are times when connectivity issues occur and you don’t know what caused it. The safest and most effective way to address it is to reset network settings of your Galaxy Tab S6, or any Android device for that matter.
In this post, I will guide you on how to reset the network settings of your tablet to address any network-related problems you may have. This procedure covers the Wi-Fi, mobile data, Bluetooth and other network services. Continue reading as this guide may be able to help.
Resetting the Network Settings On Galaxy Tab S6
Time Needed : 5 minutes
The network reset won’t delete any of your files or personal information. So you don’t need to create a backup if you don’t need to. Here’s how it’s done:
Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the Settings icon or the cog wheel. Alternatively, you can also pull the app drawer up and tap the Settings app.
Access General management
You need to access the General management as that’s where you can find the reset options.
So scroll down a bit and once you find the option, tap on it.
Choose Reset network settings
Tap Reset to view all the reset options. But what we’re looking for is the Reset network settings.
This option resets the wireless and network services on your tablet, as well as delete all existing connections.
Confirm your Identity
To proceed, tap the Reset settings button. If you’ve set up your screen lock, you will be asked to enter it before the reset.
Reset the Network
To begin the network reset, tap the Reset button.
- Android 10, S Pen
- Galaxy Tab S6
Unlike the other resets, this won’t reboot your phone. Instead, a text bar displays at the bottom of the screen telling you once the reset is finished.
Once the network settings are reset, you will need to get your tablet to connect to the WiFi network again to have an internet connection, and you also need to pair with your Bluetooth accessories if needed.
We hope that this simple tutorial has been able to help you.
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