How to Fix An Apple iPhone XS Max That Keeps Prompting A No Service Error.
That awkward moment when you purchase your new iPhone XS Max from any accredited iPhone shops in Ghana and then mobile phone tend to stress you — by giving you a no service error. This alone can make you regret for buying and thinking of why you didn’t buy any of the latest android smartphone rather.
Sometimes, you can take your iPhone XS Max out of your pocket and dial a number or select a contact to call, this call won’t go through and the only thing you will see if the ‘no service‘ error.
This means that there’s a problem with the network or network service is currently unavailable — though your network is available from your mobile telecommunication company.
What do you do when you see your iPhone XS Max prompting a No service error?
Though technology has advanced and become part of human, but it’s not everyone who is capable of fixing network connectivity issues on their iPhone XS Max or any other iPhone they use. That’s why this article can serve as a solution to this problem you’re facing of ‘No service‘ error.
How to Fix An Apple iPhone XS Max That Keeps Prompting A No Service Error
To solve this, you will first of all need to rectify the problem and solve it.
Reboot your iPhone XS Max
The basic step to take in fixing an Apple iPhone XS Max that keeps prompting a No Service error is to reboot your iPhone XS Max smartphone. This could be a temporary or random glitch. It may happen that your iPhone XS Max has encountered the problem due to network issues or bugs. With this, that’s where you should do soft reboot to rescue.
This soft reboot can fix an arsenal of issues which means it comes handy.
- To reboot the iPhone XS Max, press and hold the Side button and either the Volume rockers for a few seconds.
- Leave the keys when you see ‘Slide to Power off‘ command on the screen
- Use the iPhone 3GS-style slider to turn off the phone and wait for a few seconds
- Press the Slide button again and hold it for a few seconds and the iPhone XS Max will turn on showing the Apple logo on-screen.
Toggle off the Cellular Data Switch
The Cell Guide recommended this step wherein the user can simply go to the Settings >> Cellular and toggle off the Cellular Data Switch. This method might work in some cases if not all since it clears minor glitches with the cellular data throwing your iPhone XS Max off the rails by encountering the no service error.
Turn on Airplane Mode
Turning on the airplane mode on your iPhone will restrict your iPhone’s cellular network thereby disconnecting all incoming and outgoing calls or texts.
Though you’re turning on airplane mode on your phone, this idea behind this method is that it will rectify the minor glitch that your phone encountered when staying connected to the network or while the coverage was fluctuating which happens when you are moving.
- To make this happen, pull down the notification panel or pull it up
- Tap on the Flight mode icon to enable it
- Wait for a few seconds before disabling it
You can repeat the procedure several times before checking if your mobile network has been restored or not.
Install carrier settings update
Your iPhone XS Max comes with carrier settings that you can tweek. The best update you can do for your iPhone XS Max is by following this; Settings >> General >> About >> Update your carrier settings
Update Your iPhone XS Max’s firmware
Using outdated firmware can also have an effect on your mobile phone to cause no service error.
You should update your iPhone firmware which fixes any bugs discovered and strengthens the system against intruders and malware, viruses, etc. Updating your iPhone XS Max frequent (at least once a month) which includes both major and minor firmware updates.
- Open Settings tool on your device.
- Navigate to the General section and tap on ‘Software Update’.
- You need to search for available updates and download it on your iPhone.
- Install and reboot the device and this might enable getting rid of the iPhone XS Max no service error.
Reset network settings on your iPhone XS Max
Resetting network settings on your iPhone XS Max can fix network or system-related issues on your iPhone. It is similar to Windows’ “Refresh PC” feature. Here’s how you can do this.
- Open Settings and proceed to General >> Reset >> Reset all settings.
- Your iPhone XS Max might ask you to enter the passcode to confirm and this concludes the said method.
Re-insert SIM Card
Reinserting SIM Card can help fix the no service error problem. SIM cards tiny delicate component that fits into the SIM slot on your iPhone XS Max and allows you can get cellular-based services on the go. One of the reasons behind this no service error happens when the SIM card is dislodged or it has developed too many scratches or damages if you indulge in constant removing and insert it. In the case of the latter, you would need a replacement SIM card that you can order from your telecom carrier. To fix a dislodged SIM card, here’s what you are gonna need to do.
- Firstly, turn off the iPhone.
- Next, take a paperclip or if you have the SIM eject tool that you would need to insert into the tiny slot on the right edge of the device.
- Next up, gently pull the SIM card tray and take the card out.
After reinserting the SIM card, try restarting your iPhone XS Max to check and see if there will be any difference in the network.
Verify if the issues at on carrier’s end
If the network bar shows no signal strength or if it shows ‘No service error’ as we are discussing it here, the carrier might be at fault. Although major telecom carriers often provide wider network coverage, it is possible that either your phone is unable to register to a network or it could something on their end such as maintenance, disruption, etc. The thing is, since you don’t have any network on your iPhone XS Max, you would need to check the same on other phones using the same telecom carrier to verify if it is the culprit. If yes, use other’s phone to call your telecom carrier and get the problem fixed.
Perform a full-fledged restore factory
In terms of fixing your iPhone XS Max no service error, there’s no majic to solve this as the only thing to do — is to follow the methods mentioned in this post.
Perhaps, if this solutions listed above didn’t work out for your, then the only recommendation I can give you now it to — restore factory on your device that will put an end to any glitches or bugs or malware that might have caused the issue. Here’s a procedure that you can do about.
- First up, go to the Settings app.
- Next, navigate to General >> Reset.
- Tap on the option titled ‘Erase all content and settings’ and enter the passcode to continue.
- Tap on ‘confirm’ and that must put an end to the issue as well.
Contact the Apple Care
You can contact Apple Care or try visiting any nearby authorized service center or partnered service centre where you can report your iPhone no service error issue. Any Apple accredited shop may have an expert to access the problem and fix this for you.
This is how easy it is to Fix An Apple iPhone XS Max That Keeps Prompting A No Service Error.
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