One of the most critical features of an Android smartphone is network connectivity. The ability of an Android smartphone to connect to a carrier network, Wifi network, or even Bluetooth, allows it to go online, and as a result, the user is able to access the internet flawlessly, while also placing calls and sending messages using the cellular network.
However, if your Android smartphone is having issues connecting to the WiFi, Cellular network, or even Bluetooth, there is a solution you can try on your own.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to reset the network settings on Android.
Step 1. Open the ‘Settings‘ app on your Android smartphone.
Step 2. Tap on the ‘System‘ option from the settings menu.
Step 3. Now, tap on the ‘Advanced‘ button from the System settings menu.
Step 4. Tap on the ‘Reset Options‘ button from the extended menu.
Step 5. Tap on the ‘Reset Wi-Fi, mobile, and Bluetooth‘ option.
This will reset all the saved settings for the Wifi, cellular network, and Bluetooth. This means all saved networks and their passwords, and saved devices on the Bluetooth list will be erased, and you will have to perform the connection procedure once again.
If this tutorial has not solved your network issues, please take it to a service center.