- Advantages of using an Android Operating System
- Networks defects are one of Android OS’s main flaws and Resetting Network settings is the solution.
- Steps to reset network settings.
Android is the most popular operating system (OS) in the universe because most smartphone brands use an Android operating system. Worldwide Smartphone Shipment OS Market Share Forecast indicates that Android smartphone share is 84.8%, iOS’s market share is 15.2% and other OSs occupy 0.0%. Android OS is open source and also it can be customised based on original equipment manufacturers. Android is the most favourable operating system because it is user-friendly, full of features and it can be on low + mid-range + high- end handsets. In the same line, android is the most customizable operating system and it can be customised according to a specific mobile brand.
Although Android is the most common operating system, it also has some defects one of the problems include network errors, mainly slow internet connection and poor Wi-Fi connectivity.
Moreover, the internet is like the main piece in the globe’s productivity and connectivity. One can label the internet as the most vital thing currently, if you could not access the internet probably you will feel like you have been cut off from the rest of the world.
Also, the android smartphone has an option known as ‘Reset Network Settings’ this option helps you to deal with Wi-Fi networks, mobile data. It minimises the problem by resetting all network setting back to their original state. On the other hand, if you reset network settings, you need to set up your Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, VPN, and mobile data all over again.
Moreover, below there are steps that you can follow to reset your network settings. N.B you have to back up your Wi-Fi network username/passwords, mobile data settings VPN settings before resetting the network settings because after resetting is done all that information will be lost.
• First of all open your Android phone
• On the settings page, scroll down and tap on the system
• On the System page, scroll down and tap on the ‘RESET’ option
• On the next page, tap on the ‘RESET NETWORK SETTINGS’ option
• Now tap o the ‘Reset Network Settings’ option located at the bottom of the screen
• On the confirmation page, tap on the ‘Reset Network Settings’ option again
If this process is successful, the network settings will reboot which means you will start to set up your network settings again. This process helps the android to clear all the network faults. However, the reset option might vary from device to device