When your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is showing no service even if the Airplane Mode is off and the phone is within your network coverage, software glitches and unstable network connections are sometimes to blame. And refreshing your phone’s system by restarting the device must be able to fix this problem. Otherwise, you need to troubleshoot your phone further using the tweaks below.
Troubleshooting No Service on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5
- No service on Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
- Unable to place calls or text.
- Getting “Emergency calls only”.
- No network connection available on Samsung Note 5.
- No signal bars on Samsung Note.
If you have no service on your Galaxy Note, then here are the steps you can take to fix this issue:
- Power off your device completely, then power it back on.
- Go to Settings > Mobile Networks.
- Tap on Network Mode. Select the second WCDMA/GSM (auto connect) option.
- Then select Network operators and tap Search networks.
- Once the search is complete, select your Carrier. Test your device.
- If you are getting a SIM error or are unable to connect to your Carrier, contact your network provider.
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