1. AC Question's Avatar
    Android 5.0 wireless issues
    Hello
    I have Samsung Galaxy S5
    Recently I updated to Android 5.0
    After the update my device startd loosing wireless connection
    For example, when I enter my office or even at home(I connect automaticaly to both wireless SSID's) I can see that the device is connected and after a few minutes there is no signal, nothing. Then the S5 switch to mobile data, and then again to the wireless SSID. And thisi is constantly. I tried to resset the S5 but it did not help.
    Please help me!
    02-12-2015 08:36 AM
  2. srkmagnus's Avatar
    Android 5.0 wireless issues
    Hello
    I have Samsung Galaxy S5
    Recently I updated to Android 5.0
    After the update my device startd loosing wireless connection
    For example, when I enter my office or even at home(I connect automaticaly to both wireless SSID's) I can see that the device is connected and after a few minutes there is no signal, nothing. Then the S5 switch to mobile data, and then again to the wireless SSID. And thisi is constantly. I tried to resset the S5 but it did not help.
    Please help me!
    Have you tried resetting the wireless router you are connected to? Give that a try and see if it helps. Otherwise, take a look at the suggestions provided by Jerry in his blog post: Android 5.0 Lollipop bugs got you down? Here's how you (might be able to) fix them | Android Central.

    Let us know how it goes.
    02-12-2015 09:41 AM
  3. lsmachado's Avatar
    Android 5.0 wireless issues
    Hello
    I have Samsung Galaxy S5
    Recently I updated to Android 5.0
    After the update my device startd loosing wireless connection
    For example, when I enter my office or even at home(I connect automaticaly to both wireless SSID's) I can see that the device is connected and after a few minutes there is no signal, nothing. Then the S5 switch to mobile data, and then again to the wireless SSID. And thisi is constantly. I tried to resset the S5 but it did not help.
    Please help me!
    The update may have messed with your settings.

    Go to Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi. Make sure that "Smart Network Switch is NOT checked. It can cause frequent switching between wi-fi and mobile data.*

    You might also want to go in to wi-fi Advanced settings and make sure "Always Allow Scanning" is not checked. Otherwise, your device will always be scanning for wi-fi networks, even when wi-fi is turned off.

    Once you have fixed your settings, you might try removing the battery for a couple of minutes, too.

    Posted via the Android Central App on my bodaciously awesome Note 4!
    02-12-2015 09:45 AM

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