If they have roaming agreement with that carrier, your device is most likely compatible. Verizon categorizes their smartphones and tablets into two — World devices and Non-World devices. World devices are those that can work both in the US and in majority of other countries.
To know more about your device, contact Verizon technical support. I have a Galaxy S8, and it recently started to drop connecting to my wifi at home. Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
Doing so will not change the operating system level settings that unlocked the phone. What you should avoid is a factory reset or master reset, which, unfortunately, may be the only way to fix this wifi problem. An issue like yours cannot be caused by either software or hardware problem only but also by a router-side issue.
Below are the troubleshooting steps that you can try. Refresh the system cache This is the first device troubleshooting that you should do. To do that, follow these steps: Turn off the device. Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby key, then press and hold the Power key.
Press the Volume down key to highlight wipe cache partition.
Press the Power key to select. Press the Power key to restart the device. Restart to safe mode Safe Mode is a special boot mode in Samsung devices that allows a user to check if a third party app is causing a problem.