How To Fix No Service On Samsung Galaxy

Posted by David Covington on February 23, 2015

A very common issue on the Samsung Galaxy is that there will be a “No Service” error. This issue is similar to when the Samsung Galaxy is not registered on a network and No Signal on the Samsung Galaxy occurs. It’s recommend to read, How to restore IMEI number and fix no signal error, before continuing with the article. As the previous article generally fixes the “No Service” issues on a Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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Issues Causing Samsung Galaxy No Service Error

The main reason that the Samsung Galaxy No Service error happens is because the radio signal is turned off on the smartphone. This signal sometimes turns off automatically when there is an issues with the WiFi and GPS.


The following methods to fix these “No Service” issues work for these errors:

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 No Service 
  • Samsung Galaxy S2 No Service 
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 No Service  t mobile
  • Samsung Galaxy S 4g blaze  No Service  network
  • Samsung Galaxy S4  No Service  on network
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 No Service 
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 No Service


How To Fix Samsung Galaxy No Service

The way to fix a “No Service” issue on a Samsung Galaxy is to follow these steps:
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  1. Go to the Dial pad
  2. Type in (*#*#4636#*#*) NOTE: No need to press the send button, it will automatically appear the Service mode
  3. Enter Service mode
  4. Select on “Device information” or “Phone information”
  5. Select Run Ping test
  6. Click on the Turn Radio Off button and then the Galaxy will restart
  7. Select reboot


Fix IMEI Number

When there is a No service error on the Samsung Galaxy, most of the time it occurs because of a nulled or unknown IEMI number. The following article will teach Samsung Galaxy owners how to check if the IMEI number is nulled or corrupted: Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # and Fix Not Registered on Network




Change SIM Card

The SIM card can also be an issue causing the “No Service” message and by checking to see if the SIM card in inserted correctly or replacing the SIM card with a new one, this should fix the “No Service” on the Samsung Galaxy smartphone.








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