No doubt Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the best smartphones of Samsung Company. But most of the Galaxy S8 users reported some networking problems and the common issue is No service, or Emergency calls error.
If you are facing this problem then this article will definitely help you. All the solutions to solve this problem are given below, so read the complete article and try one by one.
Hack#1 Restart your Samsung Galaxy S8:
When you are dealing with any Android issue then the first thing you have to do is restart your Samsung Galaxy S8.
In this situation when you are dealing with the No service, Emergency calls on Samsung Galaxy S8 error then a simple restart process is not working for your smartphone.
You should do a soft reset, this process will be done when an Android phone freezes but this thing will also help to solve your problem. All the steps to do this are given below.
- First, you have to press and hold the volume down button and power button at the same time at least for 10 to 15 seconds until the Android logo will appear.
- Now you have to wait for the appearance of the maintenance boot mode screen.
- Select the normal boot option from the maintenance boot mode screen.
- You can highlight the option with the help of the volume button and select the option with the help of a lower left button.
- When you select the normal boot option the reset process will start immediately.
- Wait for a few seconds to complete this process.
Hack#2 On and off Airplane mode:
We all know that airplane mode is the best solution when you want to turn off all network functionalities. If the above-given solution is not working for then you should try this one.
All the steps to do this are given below.
- First, on the home screen of your Samsung Galaxy S8.
- Pull down the notification bar of your Samsung Galaxy S8.
- Find the airplane mode button from the notification bar
- Tap on it to activate it.
- Now you have to wait for 30 seconds and then off airplane mode.
Hack#3 Manually change the network of Samsung Galaxy S8:
Sometimes it might be possible that the different network issues will be solved when you force your smartphone to use the other network for some time. All the steps to do this are given below.
- First, you have to open the settings of your Samsung Galaxy S8.
- Now click on the connections option and then click on the mobile networks option.
- After this tap on the network operators and then search networks.
- Wait for a few seconds till your Samsung Galaxy S8 searches the networks.
- When the searching process is completed then select the other network to connect.
- Now your phone will be forced to return because your Samsung Galaxy S8 won’t be able to register successfully.
- After this, you have to select your own network and check that your Galaxy S8 will be able to register your own network or not.
Hack#4 Remove and reinsert the Sim Card:
Removing and reinserting the Sim Card is one of the common ways to solve the network issue. Follow all the steps to do this.
- First, turn off your Samsung Galaxy S8
- Now eject the Sim Card slot with the help of an ejector.
- Remove the Sim Card from the Sim slot and wait for a few seconds.
- After this re-insert your Sim Card and put back your phone Sim slot.
- Now turn on your Samsung Galaxy S8.
Hack#5 Clear cache partition of your Samsung Galaxy S8:
Basically Android uses the system cache to load the apps faster. But sometimes this cache gets corrupted and provides poor performance and other issues.
If the No service or Emergency call error occurs after installing the apps or after updating your phone then there is a chance that this problem occurs due to the corrupted cache.
- First, turn off your Samsung Galaxy S8.
- Now press and hold the Bixby key, volume up button and then the power button.
- Release all the buttons after appearing the Android logo.
- Wait for 30 to 60 seconds for the appearance of Android system recovery menu options.
- Now highlight the wipe cache partition with the volume down button.
- Press the power button to select it.
- After this highlight the yes option and select it.
- When this process is completed then the Reboot system now option will be highlighted.
- Press the power button to select it.
Hack#6 Reset network settings:
You are dealing with the network issue then it is logical that you should reset network settings to solve your problem. Steps are given below.
- Open settings
- Click on the general management option and then click on the reset option.
- After this click on the reset network settings and then tap on the Reset settings button.
Hack#7 Factory reset:
This process will erase everything from your phone and resolve all the issues that you have. But first, you have to create a backup of all your important data. All the steps to do this are given below.
- Turn off your phone.
- Press and hold the Bixby key, volume up button and power button
- Release all the buttons when the Android logo will appear.
- After 30 t0 60 seconds, the Android system recovery menu options will be shown on your screen.
- Highlight the wipe data/factory reset option.
- After this select this option.
- Now highlight the yes option and confirm it with the power button.
- After completing the factory reset Reboot system now option is highlighted.
- Select it to restart your Samsung Galaxy S9.
So now you are aware of the issues and solutions if getting no services, emergency calls only error message on your phone. Be sure to try the factory reset option only in case all of the above solutions are not working for you. Because if this procedure is not performed well this may cause loss of data, so we suggest you to take a complete back before performing the factory reset of your Samsung galaxy s8.