It is common to experience the No Service error on your Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Plus smartphone. This issue is similar to having an unregistered network on your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ Plus. I would recommend that you read the post on how to restore IMEI number and fix no signal error, before continuing with this article since this article specifically fixes “No Service” issues on a Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Plus.
Issues Causing Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus No Service Error
The radio signal being turned off is the main reason as to why the Galaxy S8 and S8+ Plus smartphone’s experience the no service error. Issues to do with the Wi-Fi or GPS can result to the radio signal automatically turning off.
Fixing Samsung Galaxy, No Service Error
If you would like to fix the No Service Error on your Samsung Galaxy S8, all you need to do is follow the steps as provided below.
- Go to your phone Dial Pad and key in the following service code *#*#4636#*#*) NOTE: You don’t need to press the send button since it automatically appears the Service mode
- Get into the Service Mode
- Click on the Device Information or the Phone Information
- Choose Run Ping Test
- Now select on Turn Radio Off after which your Galaxy smartphone will restart
- Click on Reboot
Fixing the IMEI number
A nulled IMEI number or one that is unknown can cause the Galaxy S8 or the S8+ Plus smartphone to display the No Service error. Read the following article to learn how to check the IMEI number on your Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8+ Plus; Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # and Fix Not Registered on Network
Changing the SIM Card
Sometimes a faulty SIM Card can be the issue causing the No Service error on your smartphone. To correct this problem, you could try and reinsert the SIM Card correctly. Alternatively, you need to try and replace the SIM Card with a new one. If done correctly, this solution should adequately fix the problem you are facing on your Galaxy S8 and S8+ Plus smartphone.