How to Fix No Service on Google Pixel

Network connectivity issues on Google Pixel like no service can be corrected by simply restarting your phone. This will dump cache files saved in the phone’s internal memory which might have prevented the device from connecting to the network. Thus, refreshing its system. If the problem continues after turning the phone off and on again, refer to the complete troubleshooting guide listed below.

Fix No Service on Google Pixel


If you are getting no service on your Google Pixel, no network signal bars or emergency calls only, follow these steps:

  • Go into Settings > Storage and tap on Cached Data and select OK to clear data.
  • Reset your network settings: Go to Settings > More > Network settings reset then tap on “Reset” to confirm.
  • Go into Settings > More > Cellular Networks > Preferred network type.
  • Select “2G” as your preferred network mode.
  • Turn your Google Pixel off completely, wait 10 seconds and then turn it back on again.
  • Go back into Preferred Network type as shown above and switch it back to LTE/3G.
  • Then select Network Operators > Search Networks.
  • Select your Carrier and you should connect successfully.

If the problem still persists, contact your network service provider. They can provide you with more information as well as official recommendations for the issue.

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