As for the most common smartphone issues that can bother you from time to time, those on the network are at the top of the list. You may experience a variety of problems such as those with Wi-Fi and the connection that continues to fall, Bluetooth or the mobile network. While there are many tricks you can try to get rid of, you can get things back on track by resetting the network settings. It is a fairly simple and yet very effective solution that only takes a few minutes of your time. Here we are going to show you how to do just that.
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Before we get to the steps, let's explain what it means to reset the network settings and what it will actually do. This is a step that allows you to restore all network settings to the factory default settings. It will delete all stored Wi-Fi networks, it will delete paired Bluetooth devices, but not only. It will also set the network selection mode to automatic, and when it comes to the preferred mobile network type, it will be set to the best. Thus, all the network parameters that you have adjusted according to your preferences will return to the initial state. In other words, the settings will be restored to the factory default settings.
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Now that we have explained what it means to reset the network settings, let's see how. It's quite simple, just follow the steps below:
- Navigate to settings
- Now press General
- Press Restart and reset
- Tap Reset network settings
- Then tap on Reset settings
- And press Reset settings again
- Once you do that, you will see the message saying "The network settings have been reset"
- The message will indicate that the reset of the network parameters is complete.
If you've encountered network problems and nothing seems to be working, it's likely this simple step will help you solve it. You will have to pair Bluetooth devices again or connect to Wi-Fi networks, but the most important thing is to get things back on track, and it can do that.