Many Samsung smartphone owners reported experiencing slow Internet connectivity on the Galaxy S20, and Galaxy S20+ Plus. Your smartphone may be slow to use apps such Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat.
Below you will find out the reason for the problem and how to fix it on the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus. Just follow these steps.
Reasons Galaxy S20 Internet is slow
- Bad signal strength
- Bad Wi Fi network
- A website receives a lot of traffic.
- Network congestion (or too many users)
- Some apps may be running in background
- Insufficient smartphone memory
- Internet cache is full or corrupted.
- You will need to update Galaxy S20+ Plus firmware.
- It is necessary to update browser software, or it may be outdated.
- Exceeded data limit or speed reduction are reached.
The following are possible causes for slow Internet on Galaxy S20+ Plus. If your smartphone is experiencing slow Internet speeds, check the following steps.
Make certain that Galaxy S20+ Plus has WiFi turned off
The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus will remain connected to WiFi networks, often even when it is weak. If this happens, you can try turning off the WiFi and turning it back on to check if the problem is solved. These are some steps you can take:
- Turn on your phone.
- Click on Menu.
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Connections
- Tap Wi-Fi.
- To turn WiFi off, simply touch the ON/OFF slider beside Wi-Fi.
Clear caches Galaxy S20+ Plus
The above solution should resolve slow Internet on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus. If your Galaxy S20+ Plus Internet connection is still slow, you can try a “wipe the cache partition” to fix it. It won’t delete any files or photos.
Scan Galaxy S20+ Plus – Malware
If clearing the cache is not possible for you, it’s worth checking your phone for malware. Search on Google Play Store to find malware scanner apps for free. It is recommended that you read reviews before downloading any of these apps. Some apps are not good. Check out the reviews of other users to see if they have given positive feedback on the app’s ability to fix weak Internet connectivity issues on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.
Request Technical Support
If you’ve tried everything but nothing seems to work, it’s a good idea for your smartphone to be taken to a tech professional for testing. Most often, if the technician declares that the phone is defective, the technician can provide a replacement unit or repair it.