1. KrisAdamsTV's Avatar
    Hi guys.

    I've searched all over for this, and can't seem to find a way to get around. So I thought I'd just ask the question myself.

    I have a Samsung Galaxy S4mini (Up to date with the latest Android, whatever that is), and the network that I am on doesn't have the best coverage, so sometimes it will go out of range and disconnect from the Mobile Network.
    The problem is that I accidentally selected the wrong network manually once. Now every time my real network goes out of range, it will select this other network that I accidentally clicked once. It will then just stay on this network (without my knowledge) until I realise my phone isn't working and have to manually search and select the correct network again.

    My question is this: Is there any way to make my android phone forget that I have clicked on that wrong network and never try to automatically connect to it? I want it to only know about the one network. Then when it's out of range, it just has no signal, but connects again when I am in range.

    12-08-2013 04:59 AM
  2. Deanig_12's Avatar
    Hmm i dont think you can do this as i was the same a couple of month ago and it was doing the exact same thing so i backed up my phone and factory reset it and it was fine then if you do xhoose to do this deffo make sure your phones backed up

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    12-08-2013 05:12 AM
  3. KrisAdamsTV's Avatar
    Thanks for the reply Red_Berry. That is a silly little omission on the part of Android. I was hoping for a "Forget All Networks" button, similar to how you can do it in the Wifi menu.
    12-08-2013 07:11 AM

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