The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is one of the most popular smartphones on the market. However, like any smartphone, the Korean manufacturer’s phone is sometimes victim of bugs or malfunctions. 5G refusing to work, USB-C headset adapter not recognized or fingerprint reader problems, here are some of the most common problems that Galaxy A53 users may encounter.
Phone unlocking takes too long
Samsung Galaxy A53 has very quickly risen to the top of the mid-range smartphone ranking. IP67 certification, very bright and contrasted Amoled screen, very nice finishes, the Samsung phone has strong arguments to make.
However some A53 owners are sometimes confronted with some problems. Most of the time these bugs are corrected via the updates provided by Samsung, but this is not always the case.
Indeed, some A53 owners have complained about a too high latency time when unlocking the phone with the fingerprint reader. Fortunately, there are a few solutions to solve this type of problem.
- Open the Samsung Galaxy A53 settings
- Select the Biometrics and Security section
- Then click on Fingerprints
- Press the Show animation when unlocking switch to disable this feature
In the vast majority of cases, disabling the animation will be enough to drastically reduce the latency time when unlocking the phone. However, it should be noted that with the arrival of edge-to-edge screens and the disappearance of physical buttons, the fingerprint sensor is now located under the screen.
This location can sometimes cause some problems. If you are having trouble unlocking your A53 and you are using a tempered glass screen protector, you should know that it is possible to increase the touch sensitivity
- Open the settings of your Samsung smartphone
- Go to the display section
- Activate the option Increase touch sensitivity
These two tricks should allow you to unlock your phone much faster If you have a problem with your fingerprint reader, remember to restart the configuration.
Problem with 5G
Your mobile connection speeds don’t match what your carrier promised? Before blaming your ISP, I invite you to check the network settings of your A53.
Sometimes Samsung Galaxy A53 owners encounter connectivity problems. This kind of problem is particularly frustrating for the user. There is a solution to solve this problem and enjoy the benefits of 5G.
- Open your Android settings
- Click on General Management and then on Reset
- Press the Reset Network Settings button
- A warning message will appear on your phone’s screen
- Enter your PIN code
- Press the Reset button again
Be careful this operation will erase all your network configurations including Wi-Fi settings. You may lose all your wireless connections. Also check with your operator that you are in an area covered by 5G. This will avoid wasting your time