For the new owners of the LG G6 smartphone, you may wish to know how to fix the signal problem of your LG G6. This problem is reminiscent of the signal errors you receive when trying to make calls on your device.
If so, it is advisable that you read the guide, how to fix the no signal error and restore the IMEI number  before reading on. This is because the article generally fixes the “No signal” error and other signal problems on your LG G6. If you still need help, then keep reading.
What causes the LG G6 signal error?
The major reason for your LG G6 signal issues comes as a result of the radio signal being turned OFF on your device. The signal will occasionally switch off automatically if there are issues with your Wi-Fi or the GPS, and you’ll need to switch it back on.
Fixing the signal problems on your LG G6
- Open the Dial pad.
- Hit *#*#4636#*#* on your dialer. You don’t have to hit the send button as the USSD request automatically dials itself.
- Then enter the service mode.
- Click on ‘Device Information/Phone Information’
- Hit “run ping test.”
- Hit the “Turn radio OFF” key and your LG G6 automatically restarts.
- Hit restart.
Fixing the IMEI number
When you receive a “no service” error, 9 times out of 10 it will be because of a nulled or an unknown IMEI number. Our article below teaches the LG G6 users to check whether their IMEI numbers are corrupted or nulled. Read the article, how to r estore a Null IMEI and fix the Not Registered on network error .
Changing the SIM card
The SIM card can also be another cause of the signal problem. Sometimes, checking whether or not your SIM card is inserted correctly or simply replacing the SIM card will do the job for you. It’s a simple enough process, but you’ll need the removal tool to do so.
- Make sure your LG G6 is powered off.
- The card tray is along the top edge, and there’s a slot for the removal tool to fit into it. Use the tool to remove the card tray.
- Remove the SIM card from the tray. This is easiest if you lift it from the bottom.
- If it wasn’t sitting properly in the tray, then make sure it’s properly in place when you put it back in. Or replace the SIM card entirely, if necessary.
- With the card back in place, put the card tray back in its place, and press firmly on it to make sure it locks into place.