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No signal this phone has no signal.but at the seaside it is full bar

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The bars that signal intensity of the cellular network have gone from a full bars to none or just a very few in one day and I have been at the same location for years


There may be interference in the environment that you are in. It could be a few different things like buildings or new radio towers that may interfere with the signal. I put a metal roof on my house and that had dropped my signal a few bars for the fact that the roof is reflecting the signal more than just a shingle roof would have. You can get a signal amplifier for your specific frequency of carrier. There some for your home that act like a wifi repeater inside your house that will give you a better signal. There are lots out there so make sure you get the right one. Go to a search engine like google and search for your phones brand, model # and service provider for example ( "Samsung sgh-s9875 AT&T" cell phone signal booster) put your info of your phone where the quotes are but leave the quotes out. I had put one here to give you an idea of what to look for. It may or may not work for your case.

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First Option:
Phone in the Other Sim and check the Phone Network Signal If Network Signal Problem not Solved So
Secend Option:
Your Phone Network IC Fault So Please change Network IC
And Network Signal Problem will Solved
if it is there isn't much you can do on this side of the network.
Contact your phone company.

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My network signal keeps fluctuating (from one bar signal to full bars, sometime even end at zero bars) compared to other phones around me (which indicates there is a strong signal).


THERE MIGHT BE DUST INSIDE UR PHONE SO GET UR PHONE CLEANED FROM INSIDE AND IF IT PROBLEM IS STILL THERE THEN CHANGE THE SIGNAL IC

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I cant recieve calls on my nokia n95


Hi, since it is a nokia phone, and on the phone it has service signal bar showing on the screen of the phone, Just apply this codes #33#0000#( to cancel any beared calls(both in and out going calls and #002# ( to cancel any call divert on the phone.

NOTE: it will only work if the service signal bar on the phone the makes you know that there is service on your is full. If not, that means the phone network will be the problem which you will need to consult repairer.

Take care.

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Gray bars


Hi, you can removed this bar by using the picture size function in you menu this is du to the signal
you receive in your tv;if your tv got a full hd signal
choose the 16:9 picture format the bar will disapear
if you dont have 16:9 signal that normal but you can choose full screen mode it should gone , that is 4:3
format extend it to ful screen mode.
good luck and have a nice day.

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No network coverage


Network IC Problem. We also faced the same problem here. The Signal Bar shows Full Strength for a few Seconds and immediately drops down to Zero Strength but it Displays the Operator Name.

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My phone has no signal but in the signal bar it's


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Low or no signal. on tmobile g1 . Even when next another g1 with full 5 bars of signal my g1 will have only one or no bars of signal. Can this be fixed or Can I boost signal?


yes take the screws off including the one on the warranty void, and disconnect the cables and connect back, thats wat i did to mines and is all good now,,

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I can't find any signal with my phone!


Firstly, switch off your phone and put it on again if the location is different from where you used to use your phone, or, Check the network settings and select automatic to see all the available network on the area pick from all the list and if none of these worked then the phone may need to be work on l.e to be fix.

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LG KS360 Signal in and out and roaming all the time


Mine does the same thing. But that actually is because my house has terrible signal in certain parts... The best thing to do is to make sure that where you do makes call ect. is somewhere with very good reception..

Something like that tho can't really be helped.. I think this phone is just generally terrible for getting a good signal.

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