I am having the same issues. Did you find a solution? Thanks
Actually yeah, I did. I'm using F-Secure Freedome VPN and I realized that when the screen is off, after a while it blocks most connections even though there isn't any settings for it nor does it show up anywhere. So I ended up letting some apps, like Whatsapp and Tidal, bypass the VPN. The phone doesn't know what's going on and the VPN app doesn't tell the user what it does. So in my case it wasn't a phone problem but figuring it out wasn't easy.
I have the same problem! It stays there awhile too and I can't type anything until it goes away. I'm clearly still online! It's frustrating!
Yup! S21+ and it's happening several times a day. So frustrating!
Recently upgraded to the S22 Ultra 5g from the S21 Ultra 5G... I work in social media and this issue is getting out of hand. I'm missing important work communications because messenger is offline and constantly restarting my phone is getting so old... I hope there's a fix soon!!! I love my phone otherwise.
Same issue on older S20 as well though for me I don't actually appear to be offline I just get the messages.
Happens over 2.4 and 5ghz WiFi as well as over data networks (both 4 and 5G it seems) when outside to.
Wait a few seconds and the notification goes but as it's on top of all other screen functions it is hugely annoying.
I have noticed over the past year that my location is never accurate when I open up Google or search for something near me and I am thinking this is why like it'll have my location as somewhere I was 2 hours ago and when I open up apps it'll say you're currently offline but then it goes away... Could that be what's happening like it's going offline and not staying up to date about where I am and that's causing all the issues with my location not being accurate? It doesn't appear anyone has found any solutions to this is it Samsung supposed to chime in here and help with stuff like this?
Did you ever figure out what it is? Same issue here with Fascistbook, Instafascist, and podcast apps.