03-08-2022 11:21 AM in
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05-08-2022 01:19 PM in
@lpkeates: To begin with, please try resetting your router by unplugging it at the wall for 30 seconds, then plugging it in and powering it back on, then restart your Galaxy S20 to address any temporary software issues that might be a contributing factor. Following the reset, head to Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi > Tap the 3 dots in the top right > Advanced, and switch off 'Turn on Wi-Fi automatically'.
If the issue occurs while you're using a certain app then please try heading to Settings > Connections > Data usage > Mobile data only apps, and check to see if any apps are listed here that might be disabling your Wi-Fi when in use. Also, head to Settings > Advanced features > Bixby routines, to see if any routines are set up that might disable your Wi-Fi under certain conditions, or that turn on features that disable Wi-Fi, such as Flight Mode.
21-03-2023 01:58 PM in
I have a Samsung 23 and wifi kept turning off for no reason. I went into my Mobile Networks/Network Mode and it was set to 5g network. My carrier doesn't have the 5g network so I changed it to the 4g network. So far my wifi has not dropped since doing this. Im no techi so I'm not sure why this would have made a difference but it has so far! 🤞
05-10-2023 08:30 AM in
My s20 does not show Turn on Wi-Fi automatically under the advanced settings
I have done my best to deactivate this flaming trash that I cannot uninstall. I am currently in hospital with only the s20. If this garbage also affects my other Samsung devices then I'm permanently done with Samsung. That Bixby garbage should have been teason enough why I should never have bought another Samsung. I was stupid and stayed with Samsung.
05-10-2023 01:47 PM in
@Shaggyeren: I'm sorry to hear of your frustration surrounding this matter. If you are currently in hospital, and not in a familiar or frequently visited location, then please try heading to Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi > Tap the 3 dots in the top right > Intelligent Wi-Fi > Turn Wi-Fi on/off automatically, and toggle this option off. Tap the back button, then tap the cog to the right of your current Wi-Fi connect > Auto-Reconnect, and make sure that this is toggled on. Now, when you enable Wi-Fi, it should default to your preferred Wi-Fi connection, and hopefully address any stability issues you're having. I also recommend restarting your Galaxy S20 to resolve any temporary software issues that might be affecting the performance of the device.