@erraberre asked 7 months ago.

How to fix sim card no service android?

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@Benjii answered 4 months ago.

 to Fix “No Service and Signal” on Samsung and Android
  1. Restart Your Android or Samsung Device. The easiest thing to try (and often the most effective!) to resolve a no signal issue on Android or Samsung gear is to restart your device. ...
  2. Toggle Airplane Mode. ...
  3. Manually Select Network Operators. ...
  4. Run a Ping Test With Service Mode. ...
  5. Double-Check Your Sim Card. ...
  6. Restore Factory Settings.
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@jwcondo22 answered 7 months ago.

If your phone says "No Service" then there are a few things you can try. The first is that your SIM card is not properly inserted into your phone. If you have a removable SIM card, just pop it back into your phone. If you have a non-removable SIM card, make sure it’s firmly seated in your phone.

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@Vaasu answered 7 months ago.

If you have an Android device, and you are having any issues with the SIM card, the first thing you need to do is check that the SIM card is correctly inserted. If you are using a Micro SIM, make sure that it's completely inserted into the tray, so that you can see the small gold connectors on either side.
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@iupieterjan20 answered 7 months ago.

If your iPhone shows no service, it may be a problem with the SIM card. In this case, you need to reset the SIM card. You can do this by inserting the SIM card into another iPhone and then resetting it. If you don’t have another iPhone, you can reset the SIM card in iTunes.

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@ragchowdary answered 7 months ago.

This is what I did to fix the No SIM Card Installed Error on my Samsung Galaxy S6. I hope this helps you… [Step 1] Remove the back cover of the phone. [Step 2] Remove the battery. [Step 3] Remove the SIM card.

If your phone is a Samsung Galaxy, you can try to restart your phone by holding down the power button for a few seconds, and then selecting “Turn Off Power.” If you are able to restart your device, try reinserting the SIM card.

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