iPhone 5c No Service Issue!

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    With bright colors, beautiful design, and great performance, iPhone 5c is an excellent device overall. It works really well, and every now and then some little bug may show up. But isn’t that a case with every single phone out there? Of course it is. You cannot expect to have a device which will never have any issues. If you are experiencing no service problem, it can be solved in minutes. Check out 5 ways to fix iPhone 5c no service issue, and go step by step. One of listed ideas will definitely be your way out.

    See also: 5 Ways To Fix IPhone 5c Not Showing Buffer Bar

    5 ways to fix iPhone 5c no service issue

    Source: cnet.com

    Solution No.1: Reboot your phone

    Press and hold the sleep/wake button, and move the slider when appears with your finger, to turn the phone off. Do the same, and turn it off again.

    Solution No.2: Turn Airplane mode on/off

    Go to Settings, and turn on Airplane mode. Turn it off again.

    Solution No.3: SIM card

    Maybe your SIM card moved. Open the phone, and remove the card. Check if the card is damaged. Put it back in its place, turn the phone on, and see if everything works properly.

    Solution No.4: Reset network settings

    If the previous solutions were not helpful, go with this one. Navigate to Settings, tap on General, tap on Reset, and Reset Network Settings. With a bit of luck, service will be back, and you will use your phone normally, as before.

    Solution No.5: Update iOS

    If there is a new version of IOS, then you should update your device. Back up your files, connect your device to a power source, and connect to the Wi-Fi network. Go to Settings > General > Software update. Download and install it.

    As you can see yourself, 5 ways to fix iPhone 5c no service issue we provided are simple and easy, and they usually work. If not, call your carrier.

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