There are times when you encounter a problem or two while you’re browsing on your phone or while using one of the apps. The most common issue you may encounter is when you can no longer connect to the Internet even if your phone is connected to the network.
WiFi connection problems are often not serious, although they can really be so annoying because you will only notice you don’t have a connection if you’re trying to access something on the web. But needless to say, they can be easily fixed and you may only need to do a few troubleshooting procedures to be able to use your phone properly again.
If you’re one of the owners of the Samsung Galaxy A52 that’s bugged by a certain WiFi connection problem, here are the things you should to do to fix it:
First solution: Reboot your phone
Before doing any other troubleshooting procedure, take a little time refreshing the memory of your Android phone because most of the time, minor issues that manifest without apparent reason are due to some glitches in the system or some of the services. So try rebooting it first and see if it can help. Here’s how:
- Press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power key for 8 seconds. This will trigger your phone to shut down and turn back on.
- Once the Samsung logo shows on the screen, release both keys and let your phone continue the boot process.
Once it becomes active, try to see if the WiFi connection problems you have on your phone are fixed.
Second solution: Restart your router
After rebooting your phone and the WiFi problem is still not fixed, then it’s possible that the problem is with the device that broadcasts the signal. So at this point, it’s better to restart your router as well to refresh its memory.
- Unplug the power adapter of your router from the outlet.
- Leave the device be for a couple of minutes without power.
- After that, plug the power adapter back in and wait until it starts broadcasting the signal.
Test your Samsung Galaxy A52 to see if the problem is already fixed. If not, then move on to the next solution.
Third solution: Forget current connection and reconnect
After refreshing the memories of your devices and the problem continues to bug you, then what you need to do next is to delete the current connection. You have to navigate Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi, and then tap the gear icon next to your network. Tap Forget to delete it.
After that, disable Wi-Fi on your phone for a few seconds, and then re-enable it. Once it detects your network, try to reconnect and make sure you enter the correct credentials. Once connected, observe your phone closely to know if the problem is fixed.
If this doesn’t fix the issue, then try the next solution.
Fourth solution: Reset network settings
Your other options is to reset the network settings on your Samsung Galaxy A52. Doing so will bring all the network services back to their default configuration. Most of the time, this would be enough to fix various Wi-Fi network issues. Here’s how to Reset network settings on your phone:
- Navigate Settings > General management > Reset.
- Tap Reset network settings, and then tap the Reset settings button.
This will delete all the connections on your Samsung Galaxy A52 including WiFi network, mobile data, Bluetooth and APN settings. But once it’s done, your phone will scan for available networks in the area, so once it detects your Wi-Fi network, tap on it and try to reconnect.
Once connected, try to see if your the Galaxy A52 WiFi network problems you currently have are fixed. If for some reason, you still have problems, then your last resort will be to do the Factory reset on your phone. But make sure to create a backup of your important files and data before doing so because they will be deleted.
After troubleshooting your device and it appears like the problem is with your router, then you have to call your Internet Service Provider and have your connection or router fixed or replaced. We hope that this can help you.