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LG G6/LG G7: Fix Signal Problem

Signal problems on LG G6 and LG G7 can be a real headache. That’s because they can manifest in many different ways and in some of the most unexpected circumstances. When signal drops or you’re getting sudden errors, chances are you won’t be able to maintain a call or you will have serious difficulties in hearing your interlocutor or making yourself heard.

If you’ve come this far, you must be familiarized with it and looking for a way on how to fix signal problems in LG G6 and LG G7. Our first suggestion for you is to read this documented article on how to restore IMEI number and how to fix the signal error. That’s where you’ll get some valuable information regarding the No Service error and other signal problems that your smartphone could manifest.

Moving on with our troubleshooting guide, the first culprit you can suspect is that the radio signal was accidentally turned off. Even a conflict with the Wi-Fi or the GPS could lead to this, so there’s no need to become suspicious that someone used your phone and did that.

 

Now, to fix your signal problems on LG G6 and LG G7, all you have to do is to:

  1. Go to the Home screen;
  2. Tap on the Phone app;
  3. Switch to the Dial pad;
  4. Type in (*#*#4636#*#*) and just wait – the phone should automatically redirect you to the Service mode;
  5. Once you’ve entered this new mode, tap on Phone Information or Device Information;
  6. Tap on Run Ping test;
  7. Look for the button labeled as Turn Radio Off and select it;
  8. Wait for the phone to restart;
  9. Tap on reboot.

 

As soon as the smartphone restarted, make a test call and see if you’re still having signal troubles. If you do, you should also try to fix the IMEI number. Service errors on devices like LG G6 or LG G7 usually occur when the IMEI number of the phone is unknown or just nulled. To get a better view on this topic, read this article that will teach you how to check if you’re in one of the circumstances that we just mentioned – restore null IMEI and fix the Not Registered on Network error.

As a last hope, it could be just a minor problem with the SIM card. If you have another one at hand, try to switch it and test if the LG G6 and LG G7 signal problems continue even with the new SIM or not. If you don’t have another SIM to test, simply take out your card and put it back in. Test again when the phone restarts.

 

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