The recent software update broke Wi-Fi on my Galaxy S10e (U.S. unlocked Snapdragon). I keep getting kicked off of the Wi-Fi network over and over again.
I've rebooted my phone. And my router. And my OTN. And I've reset my network settings. And my system cache. I've also tried turning Wi-Fi on and off. And removing and adding my Wi-Fi network.
Nothing is fixing this! Please help.
Thanks for the reply. My other devices stayed connected while my S10e was having these problems.
I tried safe mode yesterday, but that didn't fix things.
For whatever reason, seems to be working better today. Fingers crossed it was just some weird sort of ISP or router glitch that has resolved itself!
What should I be looking for?
I see an entry for "Initialized, firmware version"--presumably after I rebooted while troubleshooting
"DHCP IP" "to MAC"
"Internet disconnected"--again, possibly troubleshooting
"[Internet connected] IP address:"
"Time synchronized with NTP server"
"[Admin login] from source"--again, presumably troubleshooting
Not particularly familiar with these, but nothing jumped out as crazy. Thanks!