Samsung Galaxy F41 Won’t Connect To Wi-Fi Network: How to Fix?

The newly launched Samsung Galaxy F41 has issues with the Wi-Fi. It sometimes has problems connecting to a Wi-Fi network. Now the issue could be with the router or the network itself. But if you can connect your other devices with the Wi-Fi network, then the problem is definitely with the phone itself.

Now the most probable reason behind this connectivity issue is a software glitch. But software glitches are quite easily fixable. And here in this article, we will try all the basic fixes that could potentially solve the glitch. But if it is a hardware issue then either you will have to replace the network or router. You might even have to pay a visit to Samsung Care if the hardware defect is in the phone itself. So without further ado, let’s get into it.

Samsung Galaxy F41

How to fix Samsung Galaxy F41 won’t connect to a Wi-Fi network?

Before going ahead with the fixes for the phone, first, you need to reset your router. In case the problem is with the router, then none of the phone fixes will work. So first we will try the router solution and then move on to the fixes for a software glitch on the phone.

Router Restart:

Refreshing the network device gets rid of most of its issues. So give it a try if you are having difficulties connecting to this network.

  • Unplug the power cable of the router from the main power socket and wait for a few minutes.
  • After that reconnect the router to the main power and press the power button to start it again.

After the router is up and running again, try connecting to it via your phone. If you can do it, then it was a router issue that is now cleared up. However, if you are still unable to connect your phone, then move on to the solutions mentioned below.

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Phone Restart:

Just like the router, a restart on the phone also can get rid of several issues. So if the router restart does not work then try restarting the phone.

  • Press and hold the power key and the volume down button for around 10 seconds
  • Wait till you see the Samsung logo screen show up on your phone. When you see the logo screen, let go of both the buttons.
  • Wait till the device boots up completely and then try connecting to the Wi-Fi network again.

If you are still unable to connect to the Wi-Fi network, then move on to the next potential solution.

Reset Network Settings:

If a simple restart did you no good, then move on to the network reset. This is an option available in Settings that lets users reset every service or setting related to the network of the phone, including Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

  • Navigate to Settings > General Management > Reset.
  • In the reset menu, you will find the option “Reset network settings.” Tap on it.
  • Then tap on Reset settings and then finally tap on Reset.
  • Wait till the reset is complete and then try connecting to the Wi-Fi network again.

If you still face difficulties connecting to the Wi-Fi network, then try the last solution.

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Factory Data Reset:

Factory data reset the last thing that you should try if you are having any software inconsistency on your phone. Factory data reset wipes out everything on your phone, including contacts, messages and even call logs. It is like buying a new phone all over again. So before going ahead with this fix, give the other fixes a try too. But if none of them was able to solve the Wi-Fi connectivity issue, then only go for this solution.

  • Navigate to Settings > General Management > Reset.
  • In the reset menu, you will find the option “Factory Data Reset.” Tap on it.
  • Then tap on Reset and then finally tap on Delete all.
  • Now, wait till the factory reset is complete and then try turning on the Wi-Fi on your phone to connect to the router again.

If you are unable to connect to the Wi-Fi network even now, then the problem is definitely with the hardware. If you are having issues only with the Galaxy F41, then the problem could even be with the compatibility of the two devices. To check whether that is the issue or not, connect your phone to a different Wi-Fi network. If it connects, then change the router.

However, if you are unable to connect the Galaxy F41 with any router at all, and none of the fixes mentioned above worked then go to Samsung Care and get the hardware on your phone tested out. You will get a solution there.

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So that is all about fixing Wi-Fi not connecting on the Samsung Galaxy F41 issue. If you have any questions or queries about this guide, then comment down below, and we will get back to you. Also, be sure to check out our other articles on iPhone tips and tricks, Android tips and tricks, PC tips and tricks, and much more for more useful information.

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