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Starting with the network: Performing a soft reset on your Wi-Fi network is the first thing that you try when troubleshooting this issue, especially if the issue suddenly started occurring.
A soft reset of your network is a common solution and can often help fix the internet on your Samsung Galaxy S7 and luckily there is no loss of data.
It may take a few minutes for the network to start-up again so give it 2-5 minutes to make sure everything was able to boot up as it’s supposed to and then check your Samsung Galaxy S7 to see if the internet is working or not. If not, then you might want to check out some more troubleshooting tips below.Simply select the restart option or choose to turn it off entirely and then boot it up normally. If not continue to the next page for a possible, fix.After it reboots then test to see if the internet has started working properly or not. Check to make sure that you disable any restrictive setting on your connectivity setting. Before trying this next suggestion, make sure that you know or have access to your networks login information (such as the network password) as you will need to log onto the network again.Authentication issues are often (not always) a problem with the password.It tries to verify/authenticate the password that you are using to log into your router/network and if the password is wrong then it fails to authenticate and will show an Authentication failed error message.