All of us usually when we encounter Wi-Fi or mobile data connection problems, Bluetooth disconnection or network-related issues on our Android phone, the first thing we do is to go to airplane mode and if the problem is not solved, restart the device; But what should be done if the network problem is not solved by doing these things?
If restarting the phone and going to the airplane mode were not successful and on the other hand you don’t want to give up too soon and think about factory reset the phone, resetting the network settings will be a good solution. In the next article, while learning how to reset Android settings, we will tell you what happens if you do this.
What are deleted by resetting the network settings in Android?
Before dealing with the training of resetting the network settings in Android phones, it is not bad to know what exactly happens in the device by doing this process.
If your phone or tablet can’t find available devices or can’t connect to saved Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular networks, reset your network settings and try again; however, you should know that this trick will delete all your saved Wi-Fi settings and passwords, profiles Removes Bluetooth and VPN profiles from your device; Therefore, before resetting, keep saved Wi-Fi passwords in a safe place such as password management applications.
Network reset does not affect apps, photos, videos, and various files on the phone, and you don’t need to worry about losing such information.
How to reset network settings on Android
- program Settings run the
- To General management go.
- Roy Reset tap
- option Reset network settings Choose. If you have more than one SIM card, you should choose the one you want here.
- After selecting the SIM card, press the button Reset settings tap Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile data settings for the selected SIM card will be deleted.