The Mobile Hotspot feature on my Samsung Galaxy S20 stopped working after the latest upgrade last week. When I try to enable Mobile Hotspot on the phone I receive the error message, "All apps associated with this action have been turned off, blocked, or are not installed".
Can someone please help me with this? I have checked with my carrier twice and they assured me the hotspot feature is still enabled on my account. I rebooted the phone, but that did not help. I wiped the cache partition, but still cannot enable the mobile hotspot. What can I try next?
"All apps associated with this action have been turned off, blocked, or are not installed."
They weren't turned off, blocked, or not installed before the update.
Software update information:
* Current version: G981U1UE1DUCC / G981U1OYM1DUCC / G981U1UEU1DUCC
* Security patch level: April 1, 2021
Can we assume that this is Samsung's idea for an April Fool's prank on it's customers?
On Thursday morning 4/28, I discovered that I could receive calls but not make them. After I rebooted the phone, I could make calls. After I got home, I installed the update. After the update, I could send text messages but couldn't receive them. Another reboot solved that problem. It was on Friday 4/29 that I discovered the Hotspot problem. I spent an hour on the phone with a very nice lady from Samsung. It is a new problem that as of yet, they have no solution for. I later did a factory reset and that doesn't fix the problem either. After the update, the phone is either broke or busted; I can't tell which.
Have the same issue. S20 FE 5G...
”Mobile Hotspot not available”.
And all of Samsung’s responses seem to be the same canned responses about contacting the carrier (in my case its a prepaid carrier, so they’d be happier if i used MORE data...)