Fixing Samsung Galaxy Note 8 No Service Problem
A lot of Note 8 owners have been experiencing a “No Service” error. Most of the time, this error occurs when your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is not registered to any network, and No Signal appears on your screen, I will advise that you read how to restore IMEI number and fix no signal error before you continue reading this article. Most of the time, the above guide will fix the ‘No Service’ smartphone.
Fixing IMEI Number to solve No service error
Most of the time, the No Service error occurs on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 because you have an unknown IMEI number. You can use this guide to be certain if your IMEI is defective Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # and Fix Not Registered on Network
Issues that might be causing No Service Error on your Note 8
The main cause of the No service error on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is that the radio signal has been switched off on your device. Sometimes, the signal automatically turns off when there is a problem with your Wi-Fi that you are connected to or the GPS.
Changing your SIM Card to fix No service error
Your SIM card can also be the reason why you are getting a ‘No Service’ error on your smartphone. You can confirm this by checking if your SIM card is placed correctly or you can change it with a new one to see if the issue will be fixed.
How To solve ‘No Service’ error on your Note 8
You can make use of the instructions below to solve this problem:
- Locate your Dial pad
- Type in this code *#*#4636#*#* (You do not need to tap on the send button, it will automatically enable the service mode)
- Run Service Mode
- Search for “Device/Phone information” and select it.
- Click on Run Ping test
- Press the ‘Turn Radio off’ option, and your Note 8 will restart
- Click on reboot.