Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, M32 5G, and M42 5G are the latest smartphones in the premium range. While customers are excited above 5G handsets, Samsung Galaxy’s new edition in the M series has already made a huge users base. However, a few of the users have started complaining about Wi-Fi issues in these smartphones. And as Wi-Fi is one of the prominent components of any smart device, users are constantly looking for solutions to resolve the same.
- How to Fix Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, M32 5G, and M42 5G Wi-Fi not working issue?
- FIX 1: Turn On your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone’s Wi-Fi
- FIX 2: Check if the Router is working or not
- FIX 3: Perform a Soft Reset on your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone
- FIX 4: Start your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone in Safe Mode
- FIX 5: Reset the phone network settings
- FIX 6: Wipe Cache Partition
- FIX 7: Perform Factory Reset
How to Fix Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, M32 5G, and M42 5G Wi-Fi not working issue?
Today in this article, we are going to get into a detailed discussion about Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, M32 5G, and M42 5G handsets and the Wi-Fi issue regarding them. Going forward, by using the below-mentioned fixes, you will be able to resolve the Wi-Fi issue in no time. So, without any further ado, let’s get started.
FIX 1: Turn On your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone’s Wi-Fi
While Wi-Fi is not working in your Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, M32 5G, or M42 5G smartphone, first check for Wi-Fi connection. Ensure that Wi-Fi is turned On on your mobile phone. For doing so, follow the steps given below:
- On your Samsung Galaxy smartphone’s screen, swipe up and launch the Apps tray.
- Now tap on Settings -> Connections->Wi-Fi
- Now tap and turn on the toggle button associated with the optional Wi-Fi.
- Your WiFi is turned On now. Check whether it is working or not.
FIX 2: Check if the Router is working or not
Router plays an important role in managing the Wi-Fi signals and supplying them to the devices. And if the Router in itself isn’t working fine, you may end up facing Wi-Fi-related issues.
Thus, here we recommend you check the Router first. Ensure it is working well with other devices. If yes, then the problem lies with your Samsung Galaxy mobile phone alone. However, if the Router is behaving the same for all the devices, the issue lies with your Router. Consult with your Internet service provider for the same.
FIX 3: Perform a Soft Reset on your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone
As per a few suffered users, after performing a Soft Reset, the Wi-Fi issue got resolved in their Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, M32 5G, or M42 5G smartphones. You can also try the same and check whether it helps or not. Soft Reset will simply refresh the phone software and overcome any temporary data that might be interfering with the Wi-Fi.
Here’s how you can perform a Soft Reset:
- Press and hold the Volume down key and the Power key for about 45 seconds or until the device Restarts.
Once done, connect Wi-Fi and check whether it is working or not.
FIX 4: Start your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone in Safe Mode
Sometimes a particular third-party application can interfere with several programs in your smartphone, including the Wi-Fi. While your Wi-Fi is not working, chances are a bad app is interfering with its functioning. Hence to overcome the same, start your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone in Safe Mode, connect the Wi-Fi and check whether it helps. If yes, then some application is at fault.
Here’s how you can start your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone in Safe Mode:
- Switch Off your Samsung Galaxy smartphone and then Press and Hold the Power key for a few seconds.
- Now once you see the SAMSUNG logo appear on the screen, release the Power key.
- Now quickly gap, press and hold the Volume down key.
- Further, hold the Volume down key until the Samsung Galaxy device is done restarting.
- Further, on the bottom left corner of the screen, as you see the option Safe Mode, release the Volume key.
- You have now successfully entered the Safe Mode.
If your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone’s Wi-Fi works fine now, then locate the bad app and consider uninstalling it. To make the process easier, uninstall the recently installed apps one after the other. And in between the process, re-run the Wi-Fi, again and again, to check for improvement.
FIX 5: Reset the phone network settings
Resetting the Phone’s Network setting can possibly improve several Network related issues, including Wi-Fi. Here’s how you can reset the network setting of your device:
- Firstly, swipe up on your device’s main screen and launch the App menu.
- Here, tap on Settings -> General Management -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings.
- Further tap on Reset Settings -> Reset, and you are done.
- Lastly, pair your Samsung Galaxy device with your WiFi network and check whether it is working smoothly or not.
FIX 6: Wipe Cache Partition
At times, corrupt Cache accumulation can lead to several issues in your smartphone, including the Wi-Fi not working issues as well. Here, the simplest solution is wiping off the Cache Partition. This will clear all the cache accumulation from your phone, no matter which dedicated partition it is stored in.
For Wiping Cache partition from your Samsung Galaxy smartphone:
- Power Off your Samsung Galaxy smartphone. Further press and hold Power Key and Volume Up key
- Release both the keys as and when you see the SAMSUNG logo on your mobile’s screen.
- Now your mobile screen will flash a message stating, ‘Installing System Update’.
- Further, you will see the Android Recovery Menu option.
- Now select the option Wipe Cache Partition. Here use the Volume keys for navigation and the Power key to Select/ Choose.
- Now Navigate and select the option Yes.
- Lastly, you will see Reboot System Now option on your screen. Here, press the Power key and restart your Samsung Galaxy Phone.
Once done, check whether the Wi-Fi is working swiftly or not.
FIX 7: Perform Factory Reset
If none of the above-mentioned fixes worked for you, then, at last, a Factory Reset might come to your help. Factory Reset is a process where the entire data from your device erase and taking back it to the setting (default) with which it originally came from. At the default setting, there is nothing foreign or third-party in your phone that can play with any of its settings.
Here’s how you can perform a Factory Reset in your Samsung Galaxy smartphone:
- Firstly, press the Power Key and Volume Down key for a few seconds. Or wait until the device turns off.
- Now press the Volume up and Power Key simultaneously for a few seconds. Or until when the Recovery Mode logo appears on the screen.
- Further, navigate and select the option Wipe Data/ Factory Reset. Here use the Volume keys for navigation and the Power key to Select/ Choose.
- Now select the option Factory Data Reset using the same keys and pattern.
- Further, as you see the option the Reboot System now option, select it.
- Finally, you are done with Factory Resetting your Samsung Galaxy mobile phone.
A smartphone without Wi-Fi makes the user deprived of several features and important work. Thus, anytime there’s a Wi-Fi issue with your mobile, make sure you address it first and foremost.
At the end of this article, we hope that the top 7 fixes mentioned above helped you. However, if none of them helped you and you are still unable to use Wi-Fi, once check with your Wi-Fi service provider as well. At times, a network issue from their end might be keeping you from using the Wi-Fi. If you have any queries or feedback, please leave a comment in the below comment box.