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What To Do: If You Are Getting “ No Service” On A Samsung Galaxy Device

Last updated: June 2, 2019.

f You Are Getting “ No Service” On A Samsung Galaxy Device

Samsung’s Galaxy Series is a great line and the top selling mobile device family of the world.  However, nothing is perfect and users of these devices do face a few issues.  One common issue is that of “No Service”.  In this post, we’re going to show you how to fix that.

This fix can be used with a Samsung Galaxy S3, S3 T-Mobile, S2, S 4G Blaze, S4, and S5

Fix Samsung Galaxy No Service:

Usually, the main reason for the no service error is that your device’s radio turns off automatically.

To fix this, take the following steps.

  1. First open the dialer.
  2. Now dial the following: *#*#4636#*#*
  3. You should find yourself in service mode now.
  4. From service mode, run a Ping test.
  5. Turn off radio.
  6. Turn on radio.
  7. Restart the device.

Have you fixed the No Service issue in your Samsung Galaxy device?

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