If you notice on the Samsung Galaxy S6 that the reception via W-Lan is very bad, or you have trouble logging into your own wireless network, then you should check whether a network overlap exists.
Network overlap means that two wireless networks send and receive in the same environment with the same SSID.
Thus, for example when Fritz box or another Routerare assigned to the same SSID. This results especially in large homes inevitably to problems with the wireless receiver and thus your Samsung Galaxy S6.
Please test whether a network overlap may be the cause of the poor WiFiconnection with your Samsung Galaxy S6. You will need the following app from the Google Play Store: Wi-Fi Analyzer
This app is to find out which WiFi networks send and receive data in the area with the same SSID.
Is a Wi-Fi network with strong transmission and reception power in the surrounding area, then we recommend that you change the SSID of your wireless router's address. This is usually very quick done on the router´s backend.
Set as SSID a unique name, but not your first or last name!
The WiFi problems with your Samsung Galaxy S6 should now belong to the past. We hope this tip has helped to solve the problem with the disconnects.
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