My Note 20 Ultra doesn't working good on wireless. The phone connects and work for 5~10 minutes then stops to work on wireless. Alreafy did network reset and wiped the cache. Nothing changed on 5G is working good 🤬🤬🤬 1<edit>
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Here are several troubleshooting steps you can try: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/troubleshooting/TSG01001559
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Doubtful as my wifi works perfectly anf i had ot check by the technician because of this issue and I still get issue with my wifi and the facebook, Instagram, maps and other apps constantly going offline
Nope. And it also happens on the Note 20, non-Ultra. It is annoying. I have fantastic wifi coverage and I never had a problem with my other Note. My husband is having the same issue.
My Note 8, which never drops wifi, is more reliable than my Note 20 Ultra, which constantly drops the wifi connection unexpectedly. MY NOTE 8 IS MORE RELIABLE. I have tried all solutions, except technician asserssment, which is interupted by Covid lockdown ...
THIS IS A £1000 PHONE : NEARLY USELESS : I WILL NEVER BUY SAMSUNG AGAIN !
This is a good suggestion, but didn't work for me.
My Note 20 is losing internet connectivity (but staying connected to Wifi) at least once or twice a day (no such problem with previous phone or my Samsung tablet). Both before and after disabling the auto-switch, the fix has been to disable wifi and immediately reenable it. Boom, connectivity restored.
I had similar symptoms early on with my S7E, which I solved by disabling the auto-switch to cellular. It took me a while to find the setting on the Note 20, so I didn't get around to changing it for a couple of weeks. The only thing I noticed after disabling it was that the ! started showing up next to the wifi signal strength icon when the connection failed (signal was fine, just no internet). Before disabling it, the switch-over wasn't working anyway. It must work based on the wireless connection strength or something upstream from whatever is choking.