I apologize in advance if this has been discussed here previously; I did a search but nothing turned up for what I'm searching. I'm on the verge of doing another FDR on my non-rooted Galaxy S6 running stock Marshmallow. I've been wanting to for some time now but the big thing that holds me back is configuring the wifi networks again when I "touch" them. I do have the option to back those settings up to my Google account but the last time I did an FDR on my device those settings did not pull back down. I still had to manually reconnect to the wifi networks that I was connected to. Is there another means of being able to backup the wifi network settings, FDR the device, then pull the settings back over "automagically" (yes, I meant that misspell)? Either natively or with an app? I'm not worried about having to sign back in to other apps installed on my phone. It's just the wifi settings that concern me. Thanks!