Have you came through no servic Error ‘ on your android device? In this article, I’ll explain How to Fix Android Deives showing No Service Error.
Sometimes android device shows “ No Service” or “Searching for Network” error in the status bar and can’t connect to a cellular network. Here’s an Effective Solutions for No Service or Searching Network error on android device.
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How to Fix Android Deives showing No Service or Searching Network error
Try this methods
1.The first thing that you can try is restart the phone to see if that can help. So just turn off the phone and turn it on again after 1-2 minutes.
2.Remove and re-insert the SIM card.
3.Update Your android Software
4.Check what the status of the SIM card being used is. So what you should do is, just go to the dialup interface and enter the following code.
“* # * # 64663 # * # *”
This code will get you into the hardware test mode. Here you can check the status of any of the phone’s hardware component including the SIM card. So, check what is the status of the SIM card and if it is working properly according to the phone.
5.Reset network settings.
You can Manually select the carrier
Manually selecting a Smartphone’s carrier can, in many cases, allow the device to connect to its carrier successfully.
Go to Settings and Navigate to the Network settings for the device.
Allow the device to search for networks. If the device does not automatically start searching for networks, tap on Search networks
6.Enter flight mode
Flight mode is the best choice when you wish to have a mini switch off. When flight mode is ON it is like a mini switch OFF it will disable the SIM cards from power and then after few seconds on turning OFF the flight mode. The device will recognise the SIM networks and hence will show the network.
I hope the post was usefull and helpful. Comment below for any suggestions or assistance.