How to Fix the No Service Issue on your Galaxy S9

Most of the smartphones today are dealing with various service issues and the Samsung Galaxy S9 is included in the list too. Are you worried about the Service issue on your Galaxy S9?

Yes, I know, you panicked a bit when you noticed this problem on your device. I know I did, yet it isn’t the end of the world.

This could be related to a a possible damage to any of the network components, not to mention that a potential software issue might be affecting network system on your phone.

Signal drops that are attributed to software errors are usually easily fixed with the help of one of the steps mentioned below, so I’d waste no more time if I were you.

How to Fix the No Service Issue on your Galaxy S9:

  • A blank or unregistered IMEI number can cause this unpleasant error, so you should first check if your device’s IMEI number is unregistered or null;
  • Do I have to remind you that signal issues can often be the result of a damaged or dislodged SIM card on your phone? You should ensure that the SIM card is properly installed. You should also turn off your smartphone, and then remove and re-insert your SIM card carefully. After that, just turn your phone back on and check if there is network status signal. If the issue remains unsolved, there is a possibility that your SIM card is damaged;
  • Toggling Airplane mode on and off is a simple trick that has helped a lot people who have dealt with various connectivity issues and it might work for you too. This trick helps restart and refresh network functions on the phone so it won’t hurt if you’d give it a shot. Here’s how it’s done:
  1. Swipe up on an empty spot from the Home screen to open the Apps tray;
  2. Tap Settings;
  3. Then, tap Connections;
  4. Tap Airplane Mode;
  5. Tap the Airplane Mode switch to turn the feature on for about no more than 30 seconds;
  6. Up next, tap the Airplane mode switch again to turn the feature off;
  7. Restart your phone then see if that fixes the problem. If not, then move on to the next applicable solution;
  • At the same time, some GPS and Wi-Fi issues which can cause your smartphone’s signal to be turned off. To exclude this scenario, here’s what you have to do:
  1. First of all, launch the Phone app;
  2. Open the dial pad;
  3. Then, you have to input (*#*#4636#*#*) as this launches your Galaxy S9 into Service mode;
  4. Tap on either of Phone Information or Device information;
  5. Now, hit the Run Ping Test option;
  6. Click on Turn Radio Off and restart your Samsung Galaxy S9;
  7. Select Run Ping test.

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