Follow the given step by step guide to safely Reset Xiaomi Poco F1 Network Settings. This feature is a native Android feature and available on all most all Android devices. Google introduce this feature with Android M later known as Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This is a life saver. This single option can reset all your connectivity settings.
Sometimes what happens, users face various network related issues and they don’t have any idea what to do to fix the issue and in most cases, doing a network reset fixes these kinds of issues. If you are facing any Wifi, Bluetooth, Mobile data or calling issues, just follow the guide and do network settings reset.
Xiaomi has shaken the whole world a few months back with the release of world’s cheapest flagship with Snapdragon 845. The Xiaomi Poco F1 comes equipped with a large 6.18 inch Full HD Display. It also has a notch but the build quality is not that great. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU coupled 6/8 GB of RAM.
Like most of the newer devices, it also features a dual camera setup on the back (12 + 5 MP). It sports a 20 MP front camera. It houses a 4000 mAh battery which is not removable. The device runs Android 8.1 Oreo on the top of Xiaomi’s MIUI 10. As the device offers great value, it has become very popular among buyers and developers. So it is very necessary for the users to know every basic guide on the device.
Steps To Reset Xiaomi Poco F1 Network Settings To Fix Wifi and Cellular Data Issues
- Navigate to Settings > More (under Wireless and Networks) > Network settings rest
- Tap On Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile data & Bluetooth then tap Reset Settings.
- If asked, enter the PIN, password or pattern.
- Now just Tap Reset Settings to confirm.
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