How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 8 No Service
Are you getting no service on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Whilst you may think that there might not be any network connection in your area, it may simply be because there is an error with your device.
Before we get started with this guide on how to fix the no service problem on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, we’d first suggest learning how to restore IMEI number and fix no signal error. Once you’ve read the article linked above, you can follow the steps listed below to fix your no service problem on your Galaxy Note 8.
Issues Causing Samsung Galaxy Note 8 No Service Error
In a lot of cases, you’ll be getting no service because the mobile signal has actually been switched off within the settings. This can sometimes happen when the mobile signal is interfering with other signals, such as WiFi.
How To Fix Samsung Galaxy No Service
Follow the steps below to fix the “No Service” error:
- Open the dialer app
- Type in the following keys: *#*#4636#*#*. As soon as you’ve entered these keys, you’ll get the option to enter service mode.
- Tap to enter Service mode
- Tap on either “Device information” or “Phone information”
- Tap the ‘Run Ping test’ button
- Tap ‘Turn Radio Off.’ Your Note 8 will try to restart.
- Tap ‘reboot’
Fix IMEI Number
If the above steps didn’t fix your issue, it may be because you need to fix your IMEI number. This is a task that will take a few more steps, so we’ve created a separate guide for it. Follow this link to learn more: Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # and Fix Not Registered on Network
Change SIM Card
It may be that your SIM card is broken or damaged and this is why you’re getting no service. Try replacing your SIM with a temporary alternative to see if the network signal is returned to your Galaxy Note 8.