This post will walk you through troubleshooting the Galaxy S20 that is unable to detect the SIM card. Here’s an easy guide for you to deal with the Galaxy S20 no SIM card error.
SIM card not detected, No service or No signal detected are common errors that show up whenever a network problem arises. These errors can be attributed to a system issue and in some cases, hardware damage. There are also some instances when any of these errors occurs due to a temporary network outage. Read on to find out what causes your new phone to fail or stop detecting the SIM card and instead, only prompts this error.
Troubleshooting Galaxy S20 that cannot detect SIM card
If you have another spare SIM card that is compatible with the galaxy s20, try to insert that in your phone and see if the error occurs. If the phone managed to detect the other SIM card, then that denotes an isolated problem with the first SIM card.
Contact your network service provider/carrier if you need to get a new SIM card replacement. It is imperative that the new SIM card is provisioned with the correct services that your account is subscribed to.
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