How to Fix No Service on a Samsung Galaxy S7: Troubleshooting Guide

Whenever a Samsung Galaxy S7 shows no service, it could be that you are not within your network coverage or the phone is on Airplane Mode. Being said, make sure Airplane Mode is disabled, and the area has cellular coverage. Then, troubleshoot your phone using the tweaks listed below if the problem still persists.

Fix No Service on a Samsung Galaxy S7

  • No service on Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung S7 Edge.
  • Unable to place calls or text. Getting “Emergency calls only”.
  • No network connection available on Samsung GS7.
  • No signal bars on Galaxy S7 Edge.

Workaround

If you have no service on your Samsung Galaxy S7, 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 > Backup & reset and tap on Reset network settings. Note: This will erase saved WiFi passwords, so make sure to reconnect to WiFi after this step
    • 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 unable to pull up any networks when performing your search, verify if your SIM card works by testing it in a different device. If you experience the same issue in a different device, try replacing your SIM card or contacting your Carrier to make sure it’s properly activated.
    • If there are no issues when putting your SIM in a different device, then the problem is with your Samsung Galaxy S7 and you can try performing a factory reset.
  • If issue persists after a factory reset, and after testing your SIM, then you must verify what your options are for repairing or replacing your device with your carrier or the manufacturer.

I hope that we’ve been able to help you fix the no service issue with your Samsung Galaxy S7 device. We would appreciate it if you help us spread the word so please share this post if you found it helpful.


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