Samsung Electronics historically produces very reliable and functionally sturdy phones. When your Samsung phone won’t connect to devices, it is indeed disturbing and can even upset your entire daily routine. There are several common reasons for your Samsung phone not connecting to your devices which careful troubleshooting can rapidly uncover. Read on to learn about what can cause this issue and how to quickly get your Samsung Phone reconnected to each of your devices.
If your Samsung Phone won’t connect to your devices, press on the Power Key. Then, Power Off and then wait thirty seconds and then press on Power On. If your phone has no Power Key, swipe down on the phone’s screen to access Quick Settings. Then, press on Power and then press on Restart twice.
Also, make sure that your Wi-Fi connection is turned on. Open Settings and then tap on Connections and then on Wi-Fi. Turn on Wi-Fi and then check your phone’s connection to your devices.
Select your Wi-Fi network and enter your password and then press on Connect.
Samsung Phone Won’t Connect to Chromecast
Chromecast plugs into a HDMI port and connects to your Wi-Fi network to connect to various apps via the Android TV Operating System. Usually, when you plug it into the HDMI port, you can stream using your wireless network. When this goes wrong, it can be beyond frustrating.
If your Samsung phone won’t connect to your devices and won’t connect to Chromecast, download and open the Google Home App. Click on Accounts and on Mirror Device. See if your Samsung phone is optimized for casting. Tap on OK. Click on Cast Screen/Audio and then connect to your Chromecast device.
Samsung Phone Won’t Connect to iPad/Tablet
iPads are super popular and are usually very reliable. When your Samsung Phone does not connect to your iPad or tablet and you tried to use a USB cable to connect the two, you will find that your iPad has failed to recognize your Samsung phone. Luckily, there are common solutions that will allow your Samsung Phone to have compatibility with your iPad.
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If your Samsung phone won’t connect to your devices, and won’t connect to your iPad/Tablet, try to debug your Samsung phone using the Android Debugging Mode. Go to Settings on your Samsung phone. Now, go to Applications and then to Development and then to USB Debugging.
Check to see if USB Debugging is enabled. You should now be able to connect your iPad to your Samsung phone. In addition, you can also try to use your Samsung Smart Switch to allow your iPad to recognize your Samsung phone.
Samsung Phone Won’t Connect to LTE/4G
LTE/4G refers to a specific type of 4G broadband wireless cellular network that allowed, until recently with the evolution of 5G networks, for the fastest data speed available. Samsung phones are well known for being able to quickly connect to LTE/4G networks. When your Samsung Phone won’t connect to LTE/4G it is indeed a personal and professional disaster that can be remedied by quickly analyzing what is causing the problem in order to rapidly fix it.
If your Samsung phone won’t connect to your devices and is not connecting to LTE/4G, first press and hold down the Power and Volume buttons together for about ten seconds. Then, wait for about ten seconds and the Maintenance Boot Mode Screen should appear. Select Normal Boot.
You can also try removing and then reinserting the Samsung Phone’s SIM card.
Samsung Phone Won’t Connect to Smart TV
If your Samsung phone won’t connect to your Smart TV, it can upset your entire TV viewing schedule. Usually, this issue is due to a connectivity problem which can be remedied by resetting the router, the modem and the TV.
If your Samsung phone won’t connect to devices and won’t connect to your Smart TV, unplug the power cords of the router and the modem and the TV. Then, plug the router and the modem in first and then plug the TV in and power it on.
Make sure that your Samsung phone is connected to the same network as your Smart TV. Swipe down on your phone’s screen to open the Quick Settings Panel. Touch on the Wi-Fi icon to open the Wi-Fi Settings and check the Wi-Fi settings.
Tap on the Smart View icon of your Samsung phone and then select your TV. If your TV requires any type of permission, go ahead and click on Allow and then on OK.
Make sure that all your TV’s software is up to date and check for any required software updates.
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Samsung Phone Won’t Connect to Soundbar
If your Samsung phone won’t connect to your soundbar, it is usually due to a connectivity issue. Usually, this problem can be fixed by placing both the phone and the soundbar into pairing mode. In this case, you may need to reset or update both devices.
If your Samsung phone won’t connect to devices and won’t connect to your Soundbar, first set your Soundbar to Bluetooth Pairing Mode. Press Source on the Soundbar. Then you will see the Soundbar display reading BT and Wait and BT Pairing.
When the display reading switches to BT Ready, press and hold on Source on the Soundbar until you see BT Pairing. Check for any Software Updates on the Soundbar and then attempt to pair the Samsung phone and the Soundbar again.
If this still has not solved the problem, you will need to perform a Hard Reset by removing the batteries and then replacing them again.
Samsung Phone Won’t Connect to Watch
If you are unable to connect your Samsung Phone with your watch, it is probably because they are not paired together to the same network. You can usually remedy this problem by restarting your phone and then restarting your watch.
If your Samsung Phone won’t connect to devices and won’t connect to your watch, hold down the Power Key on your phone and then tap Power Off twice. Then press the Power Key gain to turn the phone back on. Do the same steps on the watch and also turn off the Power Saving Mode of the watch.
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