Wi-Fi speed deteriorates over time

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Basically, I have Wi-Fi that reaches speeds of 20 Mbps. My PS3, tablet, iPod and computer share this Wi-Fi and it works fine, with no speed issues. But, on my phone, I have a problem.

I'm using a Samsung Galaxy Ace 3, and it uses my Wi-Fi to its full speed, just like my other devices. But after a few months, my phone decides to use the Wi-Fi at only 1 Mbps, and it is extremely annoying as it loads webpages at a very slow speed, and social apps like Snapchat will refuse to work properly. To overcome this problem for a temporary period of time, I have to restore my phone, then it will use Wi-Fi at 20 Mbps. I've tried resetting my router and changing my wireless channel but still no luck.

Help me please!
Thanks
 

faulty_it

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Hay man:)

I googled it quick found the following:


  • Factor 1: Distance Between the Router and Connection Points
    Factor 2: ISP Speed
    Factor 3: Walls and Other Interference
    Factor 4: Number of Devices Online
    Factor 5: Outdated Wireless Router
Link to webpage with the solutions to each: http://

I don't know if it will assist. :) but hope it may identify the issue.

Kind Regards
 
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All Factors apart from Factor 5 are very valid man, thanks, real help :) Also, a restart also sped up the connection speeds
 

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