- Android 10
- Android 9.0 Pie
Why reset network settings
- When your phone is unable to make or receive phone calls
- When there is no signal on your phone
- WiFi issues: connection issues and sudden Wi-Fi drop outs
- Bluetooth: No connection or drop out
What happens when you reset network settings
When you reset network settings (clear all connection data), a number of features are restored to their default setting when the phone was new.
The following will take place after a network reset:
- Allows background data sync.
- Clears mobile data limits.
- Deletes all Wi-Fi® SSIDs.
- Disconnects all tethered interfaces.
- Forgets paired devices.
- Removes all app data restrictions.
- Sets network selection mode to automatic.
- Sets preferred mobile network type to the best available.
- Turns off Airplane mode.
- Turns off Bluetooth®.
- Turns off data roaming.
- Turns off mobile hotspot.
- Turns off VPN.
- Turns on mobile data.
- Turns on Wi-Fi®.
Reset network settings
To reset network settings
- Find and tap Settings → System → Advanced → Reset options → Reset network settings.
- Tap RESET SETTINGS.