Your network operators must provide you network signals in order to use your smartphone for calls, texting and surfing the Internet. The same rule applies to Samsung Galaxy S9, although at times you can still make use of it when it says “No Service” on Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus.
From our past experience, users of Galaxy S9 have different ways of describing the issue of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus No Service. Some of the issues are:
- My Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus is showing no service on it;
- Can’t send text or make phone call;
- “Emergency call only” is displaying on my phone;
- I don’t have available network connection;
- The phone is not showing signal bar on the screen.
Supposed you are familiar with some of the issues described above, you’ll want know how to resolve them. The procedure to fix No Service on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are shown below:
- Let your phone rest for some minutes- switch it off and give it some time, then switch it on;
- Open backup and reset and reset the network settings- Once you reset your network settings all the previous settings will be lost. So you need to input the Wi-Fi password again.
- Use another network mode under settings; Mobile networks- This implies that you should choose WCDMA/GMS (auto connect) present in the second option;
- Scan the network and select your carrier manually- Turn back to mobile network, select network operators, search for the network and wait for the network scan to complete. You can then choose your carrier from the displayed list;
- If you not able to see your network after the complete scan, then the issue might be your SIM card. But if network is displaying after inserting a different SIM card, then you have no option tan to replace your former SIM card with a new one or you can contact your carrier to confirm if your former SIM card is activated;
- If you notice that your sim worked well on other device, then you’ll have to do a factory reset on your Galaxy S9 if the “no service” issue still persist.
However, if the signal is not yet active after the factory reset, then you need to replace your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus because a smartphone that’s displaying no network signal is useless.