How To Fix No Service on iPhone 7/7 Plus After Disabling Airplane Mode

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are the best iOS smartphones as they offer a lot of exciting experiences for users. But, nothing is perfect! There are still some issues and bugs happening to the phone. One issue is when the Airplane mode is turned off, the iPhone can’t connect to cellular service and “no service” is displayed on the screen, which means you cannot make any call or use cellular data usage. So, in this post, we’ll show you solutions to fix iPhone 7/7 Plus no service after switching off the Airplane mode. Let’s take a look!

  1. Restart the Device

The easiest solution to fix every common issue on iOS is first restarting the device. Just press and hold the Power button for a few seconds and after you see the slider appear, drag it from the left to the right to switch off iPhone. Once your device is powered off, press and hold the Power button again to turn it on.

  1. Enable Data Roaming

if you’re on the business or going travel aboard, you should enable the data roaming. So, after turning off Airplane mode, if there is “no service” on your iPhone 7/ 7 Plus, just go to Settings > Cellular > toggle on Data roaming. You won’t see any “no service” issue as the Airplane mode is turned off after this.

  1. Update Carrier Settings

Updating the carrier settings is also a solution to fix the “no service” issue. Here’s what you can do.

  • Go to Settings > General > About.
  • A pop up message will appear if there is an update available.
  • Tap on “Update.”

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  1. Check SIM card

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The “no service” issue on your iPhone7/7 Plus could happen sue to the dirty or damaged SIM card. Switch off the phone, and remove the SIM card by using a SIM eject tool. If there is damage to the card, you should contact with the carrier and exchange for a new one.

  1. Reset Network Settings

The last resort to solve the problem is resetting network settings. However, note that this will require you to remember the Wi-Fi passwords and then pair the iPhone 7/7 Plus with Bluetooth again.

  • Go to Settings > General > Reset.
  • Tap on “Reset network settings”.
  • Enter your passcode.
  • Confirm the action by tapping on “Reset Network Settings”

These are popular solutions to fix the “no service” issue for several users. If they don’t work with your iPhone 7/ 7 Plus, you should contact with your carrier.

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