Among the solutions suggested in the previous post are disabling the Auto Connect option of the device and installing the OTA update rolled out by Samsung to international versions of the phone.
More Solutions Advised by Users
One commenter in the original post named Kevin, suggested manually adding the Galaxy Note 3 to the WiFi router’s connected devices. He even went as far as to reenter all the other devices connected to it. Then, he confirmed that the solution worked for him.
Another commenter, Bob McShane, shared that turning off the “Auto Network Switch” option solved the issue. This can be accessed using the steps below:
Go to Settings
Open the Menu
From there, you should see Auto Network Switch
Adelino Gaspar, one of our readers, also sent his experience with the Galaxy Note 3 unstable WiFi connection through Mailbag. In his email, he shared that his phone’s WiFi kept on dropping despite other devices in its immediate vicinity getting a strong signal. It should be noted too that he just bought his phone just a week ago. He immediately brought back his phone to his dealer where it was found out that there was a problem with his proximity sensors. As a result, he got a replacement and never got to experience the same problem again with his new device.
Thanks for all the tips you sent to us, these will surely help other users experiencing the same problem to come up with more solutions.
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