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Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus: How To Fix No Service Problem

For the users of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, the no-service problem might not be a new problem to you. This problem might easily be confused with the no signal error or when your Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus is not registered to a network, therefore resulting to a loss of signal.

We suggest that you read our comprehensive guide on how to restore the IMEI number and fix the no signal issue before proceeding with the article.


Main issues for the Galaxy S8 No Service error

The main cause for the No Service error in most Galaxy S8 smartphones is as a result of the radio signal having been switched OFF on your smartphone. The signal may occasionally switch itself OFF when there are problems with the GPS and the Wi-Fi.


Fixing the Samsung Galaxy No service error

Follow the below guidelines to know how you can fix the no service issue on your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus:

  1. Go to the Phone app
  2. Type in (*#*#4636#*#*). You won’t be required to press the send button as the service mode automatically appears.
  3. Choose on ‘’Device information’’ or “phone information’’
  4. Hit on Run Ping Test
  5. Then choose to turn Radio OFF and your Galaxy S8 will automatically reboot


Fixing the IMEI number

The no service error on your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus will mostly show when you make a null or an unidentified IMEI number. Read our following article to know how restore a nulled or a corrupted IMEI as well as fix Not Registered problem on network.


Changing the SIM card

The SIM card can be a real pain especially when it’s responsible for the ‘’No service’’ error message. Check whether the SIM card is inserted in the right way or even try replacing the SIM card and this should fix the ‘’No Service’’ error on your Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.


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David Williams

Apr 1, 2017

I am a true junkie for everything tech. My current arsenal includes an Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, iPhone Xs, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Chromebook, iMac, and Dell XPS 13.

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