Many Samsung users have complained about slow internet speeds on their Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus smartphones. There are many things that could cause your smartphone’s slow performance when you use apps such as Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram.
We’ll show you how to fix weak Internet connections on Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. Follow the steps below.
Why is Galaxy S20 Internet slow?
- Signal strength is poor
- Bad Wi-Fi network
- Websites have lots of visitors.
- Network congestion, or too many users on the network.
- Some apps are running in the background
- There is not enough memory on your smartphone.
- Internet cache corrupted or not complete
- Update the Galaxy S20 firmware
- Update browser software that is out of date or not compatible with the latest browser software
- Speed reduction or exceeding the data speed limit is reached.
These are the possible causes of slow internet on Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. If the above causes are still causing problems on your phone, then you can follow these steps to fix it.
Turn off WiFi on Galaxy S20
The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus are connected to the WiFi network a lot of the time, even when there is no signal. To resolve this issue, turn off your WiFi and then turn it on again. These steps can be followed:
- Turn on your smartphone.
- Click on Menu.
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Connections
- Tap Wi-Fi.
- To turn Wi-Fi off, touch the ON/OFF slider near Wi-Fi.
Clear caches Galaxy S20
The solution should resolve your slow Internet connection on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus most of the time. If your Galaxy S20 slow Internet connection persists, you may want to perform a “wipe cache part” operation. This will not delete any files or contact information.
Scan Galaxy S20 for Malware
If clearing the cache doesn’t work, you can still test your phone for malware. For free malware scanner apps, you can search the Google Play Store. Before you download these apps, it is a good idea to read user reviews. You should not assume that all apps are excellent. Instead, you should check out reviews and see if other users have written positive reviews about the app.
If all of your attempts have failed, it is a good idea to take your phone to a technician for testing. Most times, if your phone is found to be defective by a technician it will be replaced.