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We have see Samsung Galaxy S6 users complain about Wi-Fi problems.The following are some suggestions on how to fix Samsung Galaxy S6 Wi-Fi Issues.

Go to Settings > WiFi


Select your Wifi network and tap Forget


Power off your device completely, then power it back on

Go back into Settings > WiFi and reconnect to your network. You will have to re-enter your WiFi password.

If you’re still unable to connect, reboot your WiFi modem:

  1. Unplug your internet modem from its power adapter located usually behind it
  2. Wait 30 seconds
  3. Plug your internet modem back to its power adapter
  4. Wait 5 minutes for the modem to boot completely
  5. Try reconnecting with your Samsung S6

Make sure it is up to date in Settings > About Phone > Software updates, if Samsung Galaxy S6 still has issues and is the only device experiencing this problem.

Other Solutions

  1. Make sure WiFi is turned off on Galaxy S6
  2. Resetting the Modem/Router
  3. Factory Reset Samsung galaxy s6 and s6 edge
  4. “Forgetting” your Wi-Fi Network and Reconnecting
  5. Adjusting the Modem/Router Security Settings and even Disabling Security
  6. Switching from DHCP to Static Connection on Phone
  7. Changing the Router Bandwidth Settings
  8. Changing the Router’s Broadcast Channel
  9. Settings ->Wi-Fi. Hit menu then Advanced. Make sure Keep Wi-Fi on is set to Always.
  10. Settings, more networks, mobile network, uncheck Connection Optimizer
  11. Under the Wi-Fi settings uncheck “Smart Network Switch”
  12. Settings?wifi?WPS Button and same button on modem/router to ‘lock on’
  13. Switching from DHCP to Static Connection on Phone
  14. Connect to your router’s 2.4GHz band instead of 5GHz
  15. Adjusting the router security settings to WPA or WPA2
  16. Enable WMM in your router settings
  17. Disable IPV6 in your router settings
  18. Calling your ISP and upgrading to a Higher Speed / Bandwidth
  19. Install a DNS changer app, select primary/secondary servers to yandex or Google.

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