If your Samsung Galaxy S9 device keep disconnecting from your home Wi-Fi network, then you can follow the instructions posted below and learn what steps to take in order to fix your device.
The first thing that you need to verify is that your home Wi-Fi router is working properly. Unplug the router and plug it back in afterwards, and then check the Galaxy S9 Wi-Fi connection and see if the problem has been fixed. If the issue continues, then you need to check the tutorial presented in this article.
You should try to test your Wi-Fi connection with other Android devices, too, and see if it works for those. In case the issue persists on the other phones, then there is a problem with your home Wi-Fi network and you should contact your internet provider in order for them to fix the issue.
If your internet network provider says that there is nothing wrong on their end, then you should also consider replacing the Wi-Fi router with a different model.
If only your Galaxy S9 device has problems staying connected to your Wi-Fi network, then you should check all the instructions below and learn how to manually fix the problems.
Reset Network Settings and Reboot Smartphone:
The Network settings of your device can be restored to their original settings and this might fix the issues your Galaxy S9 has with your internet home network. By resetting these you will have to reconnect to your Wi-Fi network and test it to see if the issue has been fixed. Here's how to reset the Galaxy S9 network settings:
- go to Settings.
- open the General Management menu.
- tap Reset.
- now tap on Reset Network Settings.
- tap once the "reset settings" blue option.
- confirm the process and you are done.
- reboot the phone and test the Wi-Fi connection once again.
Wipe Cache Partition for Samsung Galaxy S9 using Recovery Mode:
The Cache partition of your device should be wiped in order to get rid of all the different configurations your Galaxy S9 has set for each application and option you have installed on it. This process can be completed using the Recovery Mode of your device. Here's how to do it:
- power off the phone.
- boot it in Recovery Mode using Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons at the same time.
- release the buttons when the Galaxy S9 screen shows a blue screen.
- wait 30 seconds more for the Recovery Mode menu options to load.
- select 'wipe cache partition' and confirm process.
If this method doesn't work, then you have to continue to the next part of this post and try to factory reset your smartphone.
Factory Reset the Samsung Galaxy S9:
Before applying the changes presented in this post you have to backup all the important data from your device. The Factory Reset process will wipe clean the entire system partition and it will restore your phone to its original settings. Here's how to Factory Reset the device from Recovery Mode:
- power off the phone.
- boot it in Recovery Mode: press and hold Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons at the same time.
- release the buttons when the Galaxy S9 shows an Android logo over the blue background, then wait for the Recovery Mode options to load.
- select 'wipe data/ factory reset' and confirm process.
- reboot the smartphone in normal mode when you are done.
These were all the steps that you had to take in order to attempt to fix the issues your Galaxy S9 has with its Wi-Fi Connection. If you need more help with the tutorials, then you should tell us in comments and we will try to come up with a solution for you.