Many have reported slow WiFi speeds on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. When you use apps such as Facebook, Twitter Snapchat, Instagram, Whatsapp, Instagram, Snapchat and Instagram, the Galaxy S20+ Plus has a slow WiFi connection. Many icons and photos look gray and either don’t show up or take too long to load.
Some users have reported that their Google Now screen keeps getting stuck at “Recognizing …”” and then goes on to “Can’t Reach Google at the moment.” This is due to a weak WiFi signal, which no longer allows the Galaxy S20 to connect to the Internet.
We can help you solve it if the WiFi signal strength is low and the WiFi speed is not strong enough. Here are some quick tips to fix Galaxy S20 WiFi problems.
Galaxy S20 slow WiFi issues:
- Factory Reset Galaxy S20
- “Forgetting” your Wifi Network, and Reconnecting
- Resetting the Modem/Router
- Moving from DHCP to a Static Connection on Phone
- Change DNS to Google’s Addresses for Phone
- Modifying the Router Bandwidth Settings
- Changing the Broadcast Channel of the Router
- Modifying the Modem/Router Security settings and even disabling security
- Call your ISP to upgrade to a higher speed/bandwidth.
The above solutions should resolve the slow WiFi issue on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus in most cases. If the Galaxy S20 WiFi continues to be slow, you can perform a “wipe cache partition” to fix it. This will not delete any data from your Samsung Galaxy S20. All data, including photos, videos and messages, will not be deleted. In the Android recovery mode, you can use the “Wipe cache Partition” function.
How do you fix slow wifi on Galaxy S20?
- The Samsung Galaxy S20 is powered by Power
- Hold the power button, volume up, and home buttons simultaneously
- After a few seconds, the Galaxy S20 will vibrate one more time and the recovery mode will be started
- Start by searching for “wipe cache partition” in the search engine.
- After a few minutes, the process is completed and the Galaxy S20 can be restarted with the “reboot system now”.