Use these steps to reset the network settings on an iPhone 11.
- Open the “Settings” app.
- Choose the “General” option.
- Scroll down and touch the “Reset” button.
- Tap the “Reset Network Settings” button.
- Enter your device passcode.
The steps above were performed on an iPhone 11 in iOS 13.4.1.
By resetting the network settings on your iPhone 11 you are going to be resetting information related to your Wi-Fi and cellular connections. This means that you will need to re-enter any previously-stored Wi-Fi passwords, so be sure to have them handy.
In addition to resetting these network options, this process will also delete paired Bluetooth devices, remove any saved tethering connections, and restore data sync and restrictive data settings to their default settings.
Resetting the network settings is something that is usually part of troubleshooting steps related to network connectivity. Before resorting to this option, it’s always a good thing to check that you aren’t in Airplane Mode.
You can check the Airplane Mode status by swiping down from the top-right of the screen to open the Control Center. If Airplane Mode is enabled, then the airplane icon at the top-left will be orange. Tapping it lets you turn off Airplane Mode.
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