Ways To Fix Slow Internet Lag On Samsung Galaxy Note 9
As amazing as the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is, some owners have been complaining of experiencing slow internet whenever they use their device to browse. These owners have noticed that there are times when the sites they are trying to visit will take a long time before coming up and sometimes the sites won’t even come up at all.
Some owners have complained that they are experiencing the internet issue anytime they try to visit social sites like Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. This can be very annoying, and these owners will like to know how they can fix the problem on their Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
In this article, I will explain the common reasons why you might be experiencing this issue on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and how you can easily solve this issue without taking your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to a technician.
Common Causes Of The Slow Internet On Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- You can be experiencing slow internet lag if your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is connected to a poor or weak signal
- You can also be experiencing this issue if your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is connected to a Wi-Fi network that is not stable
- It’s also possible that the site you are trying to visit is experiencing heavy traffic
- There are too many users on the same network that your device is connected to
- There are apps running in the background of your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that is affecting processor speed
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 memory is almost full
- Your internet cache is corrupt or full
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 firmware is outdated and needs to be updated
- You have exhausted your data plan
Most of the time, slow internet issue can be due to any of the reasons that have been listed above. After you have gone through all the tips listed above and the issue persists, then you can continue reading this article on how you can solve the slow internet issue on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Clear Internet Cache On Your Galaxy Note 9
The tips explained above will work most of the time to fix the internet issue, but if you notice that browsing on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is still slow after you have checked all the tips, I will suggest that you carry out a process called “wipe cache partition.”
This process is effective in solving the internet issue, and you do not need to worry about your files because this process will not delete your important files. You can be sure that your pictures, videos, and other files are safe. You can read this guide on how to clear Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phone cache.
Make Sure Your Wi-Fi Is Disabled On Samsung Galaxy Note 9
There are times when your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will still be connected to the weak Wi-Fi network. to be sure that you have switched off the Wi-Fi, follow the steps below
- Power on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Tap on Menu
- Click on Settings
- Tap on Connections
- Click on Tap Wi-Fi
- Drag the ON/OFF toggle to Wi-Fi OFF to disable your Wi-Fi
Scan Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 For Possible Malware
If you notice that the slow internet issue persists on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 after you have tried all the suggestions above, you will need to check to be sure that your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has not been infected with malware.
You can check the Google Play Store of your Samsung smartphone for an antivirus program that you can download. Just make sure you download a very good one, I will suggest that you go through the reviews from users that I’ve used the program to know if the anti-virus is a good one.
After you have downloaded the antivirus program, use it to scan your Samsung Galaxy S9, if it detects malware, you can make use of this method to wipe cache and data on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
If the process does not work, then I will suggest that you perform a factory reset on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to wipe off everything that you have on your Samsung Galaxy S9, make sure that you backup all important files before you start this process.
Contact Technical Support
After you have tried all the suggestions above and the issue persists on your Samsung Galaxy S9, I will strongly suggest that you contact a certified technician to help you check your smartphone for any major fault. If it’s repairable, the technician will repair it for you, and if it’s not repairable, you can take it to a Samsung shop where it can be replaced for you if your device is still under the warranty cover.