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I appreciate your viewpoint on what type of connection was allowed to be used to update.
For a while I could only update while on Wi-Fi, however recently I can now update on mobile data _ I use 4G or 4G+
Your phone should allow updating on Wi-Fi as long as it's stable enough.
Have you considered using Samsung Smartswitch ?
If this was my phone I'd try the following.
Would you let us know how you get on @TazTheKitsune
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Hi @TazTheKitsune Glad you finally got this sorted with a more stable wifi connection. in the event of problems though wiping the cache partition can help and this does not involve the loss of any data but the temporary files are deleted. Factory Resetting is the last resort but sometimes necessary for some issues (even it it can be a bit of a hassle ) Obviously Data needs to be backed up before performing this task.
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