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Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus Fix Slow Internet Speed (Solution)

If you have the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus and are experiencing Internet speed issues, we hope this guide will help! Many users of this device have reported problems with Internet speeds when using large social networking apps like Facebook and Twitter. In this post we want to explain why some of these issues occur, as well as provide a few ideas for possible solutions to these problems.

Common reasons for your Galaxy S8 having a slow internet speed:

  • Poor signal strength.
  • A weak WiFi network.
  • Websites visited receive high traffic.
  • Network congestion.
  • Apps can be running discretely.
  • Your device is low on memory.
  • A full internet cache.
  • A recent update has impacted the firmware.
  • The browser software requires an update.
  • You have exceeded your data speed limit.

Any of the above reasons will cause lag in your online experience on your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus. Try running through the following methods to get your phone back to an acceptable internet performance.

Make sure WiFi is turned off on Galaxy S8
It can be common for your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus to latch onto a distant or weak WiFi signal if you’re on the move and happen to pass through a network. Follow these steps to disconnect and find a stronger one if one is available, or at least guarantee your phone will stop latching onto every network you pass through.

  1. Ensure your device is on.
  2. Go to Menu.
  3. Go to Settings.
  4. Go to Connections.
  5. Tap on WiFi.
  6. Tap the ON/OFF toggle next to WiFi.

Clear the cache
If the above steps didn’t work, you can try this option next. Wiping the cache partition is likely to fix the issue in most cases. This solution deletes no important data, so your photos, videos, and other media are safe. You will have to access the Android recovery mode to complete this function. Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to clear Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus phone cache.

Scan your phone for Malware
If that didn’t help, the next step is to try a scan for virus infections and Malware. You can download apps for this from the Google Play Store. Remember to pay attention to recent feedback, as a poorly rated virus scanning app may in fact be disguised malware itself. It is highly advisable to only download credible apps that have great reviews.

If dangers are found by your scan, follow this guide to clear the cache and data on your smartphone.

If internet is still slow after that, perform a factory reset on the Galaxy S8. This process will delete all files and media and turn the phone back into a blank slate, so it important to backup everything you want to keep, as the phone will be completely reformatted.

Technical Support
If you’ve done everything you can think of and you still can’t get the internet to run at a decent speed on your phone, then you might require an expert to look over your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus and check for alternative damages. By that point, it’s likely an issue with the phone itself that you won’t be able to fix with the means at your disposal. In most cases if it is found defective, your contract provider can offer a replacement or repair.

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