Have you come to that situation when you’re getting the Note 9 “No Service” error on the screen of the Samsung Note? It’s just like not being registered on the network or like not having any kind of signal or, simply put, like not being able to do anything on your smartphone. In the absence of the mobile service, you might as well stop using the phone.
Of course, this isn’t the case when you know how to restore IMEI numbers and fix no signal errors. There are a couple of options you have at hand, so, the situation doesn’t have to be that bad.
In case it is a Null IMEI # that has been giving you this Not Registered on Network or No Service error, we have a tutorial that you must read right away. Check out our previous article entitled Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # – Fix Not Registered Error.
If it’s not a Null IMEI #, the solution is even simpler. Most likely, the radio signal is turned off, possibly due to a GPS or Wi-Fi problem. If you have another SIM card at your disposal, try to switch it and see if you still get the error. If you do, it means that it’s not the card either, so, here is how to fix the No Service message on Note 9 and Note 8:
- Type (*#*#4636#*#*) into the Dial pad;
- Wait for the Service Mode to launch right after that;
- Tap on Phone or Device Information;
- Tap on Run Ping test;
- Tap the Turn Radio Off button;
- Wait for the restart process to finish.
When the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or Note 9 will turn back on, the No Service message should no longer appear. Our tutorial just showed you how to check the IMEI status and restore it if necessary, how to rule out the faulty SIM card, and how to reactivate the radio signal. One of these is guaranteed to work, you just need to find out which one it is.