Issues with Wi-Fi are really the most annoying problems we encounter with our phones. We cannot live without the internet. If you cannot connect to a network, you won’t be able to use your apps. So we are here to show you how to fix the Wi-Fi issues on Moto G7.
Turn Wi-Fi off and back on
This is the first thing you should try. So pull down the notification bar and turn the Wi-Fi off. Wait for a few minutes, then turn it back on. It might solve your problems in no time.
In order to do that, pull down the notification bar and enable Airplane mode. Then wait for a few minutes, then disable it.
Restart your device
You might experience some bugs or some issues with your phone, so you might need to restart it. It will boost performance, and also clear the memory. You will also get rid of the bugs. In order to do so, hold the Power button, then tap Restart.
Restart your modem
Make sure you also restart your router and modem. They will be refreshed, as well, and might solve your problem in no time.
No battery saver
Battery saver is fantastic, especially when the battery is almost empty, and you cannot charge it. It also reduces some options and services, and Wi-Fi is one of them. Make sure it is off. In order to do so, go to Settings > Battery > Battery saver.
Forget the Wi-Fi network
Is those didn’t work, try to forget a Wi-Fi network, then connect to it again. In order to do so, go to Settings, to Wi-Fi. Then, find your network, and tap on it, then tap Forget. Then you will need to restart your device. After it restarted, go to Settings, find your network, add the password, and click Connect.
Reset the settings of the network
This one will restore all the network options to the factory defaults. Just adjust the settings to your needs after. In order to do so, go to Settings, to System, to Advanced. After that, tap Reset options. Then, tap Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth. Then, Tap on Reset settings, and enter your pin or code. Then, tap Reset settings in order to confirm the action.
Do a factory data reset
If none of the above worked, then you should do a factory data reset. However, make sure you’re doing a backup first if you want to save all your files.
For creating a backup, go to Settings, then tap System. Then tap on Reset options, then on Erase all data. After that, tap Reset phone. Then the phone will reboot, and you will have to set it up from scratch by following the guides on the screen. When you are done doing so, you will have to adjust all the settings on the phone again.