How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Tab A Won’t Connect To Internet

Hey, everybody. I’m here today to talk to you about how To Fix Samsung Galaxy Tab A Won’t Connect To the Internet. I’ll be going over how to fix it easily. Let’s get right into the article, I’m going to be going over various steps. And you should try these steps in the order that I’m outlining them. 6 STEPS TO FIX Samsung Galaxy Tab A that won’t connect to the internet

To sort of plug in the read plug-in: How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Tab A Won’t Connect To Internet

Step number one is to sort of plug in the read plug-in, I should say, So unplug it, and plug it back in your router or your modem. So sometimes you might think that it’s a problem with your Samsung Galaxy Tab eight. But in reality, your modem or your router just needs to be restarted. So you want to just do like a soft restart, which is to unplug the router or modem and plug it back in. So I said read plug it in. But that’s basically what I meant. So I’ll plug it, plug it back in, give it about a couple of minutes to restart, and see if that fixes the problem,

Restarting your tablet:

okay, if not, you want to try restarting Step number two is restarting your tablet. So press and hold down the power button right here, and you want to click that restart button, see if restarting it works, because oftentimes, just a restart of the device will solve the majority of the problems that you might encounter with your Samsung Galaxy Tab eight.

Confirm that your Wi-Fi router works with other devices:

Okay, step number three is to confirm that your Wi-Fi router works with other devices. So maybe check your phone or any other device that you have connected to the same network and make sure that the Wi-Fi is working. Sometimes you think that it’s the tablet, but in reality, your Wi-Fi is just down momentarily. So you know for a few moments or a few minutes or even a few hours or even a few days sometimes. So with that being said, you’ll make sure that your Wi-Fi network is working with other devices.

Go into the settings and confirm that your Wi-Fi is turned on:

Okay, step number four is you want to go into the settings and confirm that your Wi-Fi is turned on. So we’re gonna go into the Settings app right over here, go to Connections, and make sure that your Wi-Fi is turned on. In my case, I have it turned off right now, you can see the Wi-Fi is turned off, and it says connect to Wi-Fi networks. But you want to make sure that your Wi-Fi is turned on.

You want to toggle it on and off:

Okay. Step number five is if it is turned on, you want to toggle it on and off. So just toggle it on and off a few times and make sure that it is on when you’re done. So you know you can go off on and make sure that it’s on when you’re done. And hopefully, that solves a problem sometimes you kind of just need to turn the Wi-Fi off and turn it back on a couple of times and it will pick up the signal.

Forget the network and try reconnecting to the network again:

Last but not least is step number six which is to forget the network and try reconnecting to the network again. So once again, you want to go into your settings app, you want to go to Connections, and go to your Wi-Fi option. And then you want to disconnect from the network, forget the network and then reconnect to the network again. Try that out and see if it works. Hopefully one of those options works for you. If you liked this article. Let me know what you think down below as a comment.  And that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for reading.

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