Some Samsung Galaxy S6 have reported some WiFi connection problems saying that the Galaxy S6 not staying connected to WiFi and switches to the phone’s data instead. One reason that the WiFi connection on Galaxy S6 is having problems is due to a weak WiFi signal that no longer can connect the Galaxy S6 to the net.
But once the WiFi signal is powerful and the Galaxy S6 WiFi can’t stay connected, then there are many ways in which you can fix this problem. the explanation that the Galaxy S6 WiFi doesn’t stay connected is due to the WiFi to mobile data connection option that's activated in the android settings of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
The name of this settings is called “Smart network switch” and was designed on the Samsung Galaxy S6 in order to automatically switch between Wi-Fi and mobile networks, such as LTE, to make up a stable network connection all the time. the nice news is that this WiFi setting can be adjusted to repair the Galaxy S6 WiFi problem.
Fix Galaxy S6 Not Staying Connected To WiFi Problem:
- Turn on your Galaxy S6 smartphone.
- Enable the mobile data connection of the Samsung Galaxy S6.
- After the mobile data connection is enabled, head to Menu -> Settings -> Wireless.
- At the beginning of the page you'll see the choice “Smart network switch”.
- Uncheck this selection to obtain a not so stable wireless connection of your Samsung Galaxy S6 with the router still upright.
- Now your Samsung Galaxy S6 will no longer automatically switch between Wi-Fi and the mobile net.
In most cases, the above directions will help solve the WiFi problem. but if for a few reason the Galaxy S6 WiFi connection gets terminated and automatically switch to the phones net running a“wipe cache partition” should fix the WiF issue. This technique deletes no data from the Samsung Galaxy S6. All data like photos, videos and messages aren't deleted and safe. you'll perform the “Wipe Cache Partition“ function over the android recovery mode.
Solve the WiFi issue on Galaxy S6
- Power off the Samsung Galaxy S6.
- Hold the power off, volume up and the home button all at the same time.
- After some seconds, the Galaxy S6 will vibrate once and the recovery mode is started.
- Search for the entry known as “wipe cache partition” and begin it.
- After a couple of minutes the method is complete and you'll be able to restart the Galaxy S6 with “reboot system now”.