Skip to main content

Fix Your Stuff

Right to Repair

Store

Help

Original post by: MaxAwesomeness GB (Max) ,

Text:

I had a similar issue with my Galaxy S4 a few years back, when I first started getting interested in repairs. I had accidentally snapped the head off the antenna so it obviously wasn’t connected. I only realized it when my signal was crap and I had to buy a new antenna. It may also be due to the charging port connector as Ian Shalongo said.

[image|1732732]

Before you go ripping your phone apart though, you should try a few things…

Try rebooting the phone.

Check for any updates. Many Pixel 2 owners had signal problems that needed an update to be fixed.

Try basic trouble shooting steps like popping the SIM out and back in, resetting network settings, etc. There is a really good guide for

https://thedroidguy.com/2019/03/how-to-fix-a-google-pixel-2-with-poor-or-no-cellular-signal-troubleshooting-guide-1087616

Good luck and God Bless

Status:

open