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Mobile devices slow down browsing due to various factors. The most common are browser errors, network problems, data corruption, invalid settings, and problematic Wi-Fi equipment. Occasionally, the issue isolated during downtimes to a certain website or page. Among other culprits, there are malware and software bugs. In any case, there are some easy answers to manage the slow issue. The featured answers beneath are to fix the slow browsing issue on a Samsung Galaxy S9.
To ensure, contact the internet service provider first and confirm your account and service status is issueless. And any continuous blackouts that may influence the internet at your place. When it’s everything right, turn to software related issues on Galaxy S9.
• Browser Force Stop and Restart
The browser may have to hide random glitches and malfunction.
If need, select All Apps tap on the Dropdown icon.
Find the browser app and tap twice the Force Stop to confirm.
This forcefully prompt browser to quit. Cleared data, cache, browsing history, and cookies optimize the experience of browsing. Though it may lose website logins and saved pages, it’s a good shot. In confirming the fact that this isn’t a related problem to browsers, surf with another browser app.
• Restart Wi-Fi
Minor connectivity problems, including browsing slow recite by Wi-Fi restarting. This is an old trick clears site loading and browsing speed like wireless functions’ minor errors.
From notification panel access to Wi-Fi connection or Settings>> Connections>> Wi-Fi menu. Off the Wi-Fi switch for a few seconds and tap On.
• Forget Wi-Fi then reconnect
If you still fall-off fast loading even after restarting Wi-Fi connection, allow building a fresh internet connection the same as your very first access to the internet through the device. This is allowing the device to forget the Wi-Fi network.
Access to Apps screen. Go to Settings>> Connections>> Wi-Fi. Make certain Wi-Fi switch is on or correctly positioned. Tap on the network needs to forget or remove. Confirm Forget.
Reboot the device and set up the network again as,
Settings>> Connections>> Wi-Fi. Check available connections within range and select the preferred network. Enter the correct password if you have set—tap Connect.
Try navigating then whether browser loading is fast.
• APN / Network Settings Reset
Network resetting on the phone erases and restores cellular networks, Bluetooth connections, Wi-Fi network settings with saved networks and passwords. Networks errors causing slow browsing problems cleared in the procedure. If you wish to continue following,
Settings>> General management>> Reset>> Reset network settings. If a warning prompt, read and review the message and tap Reset Setting. Enter PIN, pattern, or password. Confirm the Reset Setting.
Restart when network settings reset and re-configure manually and accordingly. Connect to the Wi-Fi network to get the phone back online.
• Wireless Router Or Modem Power Cycle
Network equipment’s firmware issues may be a reason for network connectivity issue experience. To get this out, we recommend rebooting the wireless router/ modem. Turn off the switch of router or modem. Unplug the AC adapter for 30 seconds to 1 minute long and let the device rest. Plug it back and turn the switch on.
Hold up until all the light markers balanced out then reboot mobile. After the reboots, reconnect to Wi-Fi and try to browse various sites.
• Other Initiatives
Up-to-date phone software is crucial. Therefore, install the latest Android version for Galaxy S9 or, on the other hand, contact troubleshooting specialists as they have the necessary equipment in further network tests or IP configuration. Further, report the problem to Samsung support if even dealing with post-update issues. If the problem looks like a router or madam deadline, seek assistance from the internet service provider.