Owners of the new Google Pixel or Pixel XL might be familiar with the signal issues the devices is reported to have on occasion. Some users have mentioned weak call signals, and signal errors appearing during use. Before proceeding to follow the ideas in this article for fixing the issue, we recommend you take a look through this article first: how to restore IMEI number and fix no signal error. If the piece above does not help, you can try some of the ideas we detail below.
Reasons for the malfunction
The Pixel or Pixel XL can tend to have signal problems because the radio signal has been deactivated. This can happen when there is a connection issue with the local WiFi or disruptions in the GPS system.
Swap SIM card
Your sim card could be the issue. It could be loose or simply have some type of rare signal malfunction Try swapping it out for a different SIM to see if this is the root of the problem. If that does not work, you can try the following steps to turn the radio signal off.
- Open the Dial pad
- Type (*#*#4636#*#*), Do not press enter.
- The Service Mode should begin.
- Go to “Device or Phone information”.
- Tap run Ping Test.
- Tap Turn Radio Off.
- Your Pixel or Pixel XL should restart. You may have to tap Reboot. This should result in an improved network signal.