Why does my phone say SOS only

Why does my phone say SOS only

Why does my phone say SOS only?
If your phone is displaying "SOS only," it typically means that your device is currently connected to an emergency service network but doesn't have a regular mobile network connection. Here are some common reasons for this issue:

1. No Signal or Weak Signal: Your phone may not be able to establish a stable connection to a mobile network due to a lack of signal or a weak signal in your current location.

2. SIM Card Issues: Check if your SIM card is properly inserted into your phone. If the SIM card is damaged or not inserted correctly, your phone may not be able to establish a connection.

3. Network Outage: There could be a temporary issue with your mobile carrier's network. Check if there are any service outages or disruptions in your area.

4. Airplane Mode: Ensure that your phone is not in Airplane mode, as this setting disables all wireless connections.

5. Network Settings: Double-check your network settings to make sure that you are not unintentionally set to connect only to 2G or 3G networks. If available, try switching to 4G or LTE.

6. Roaming Issues: If you are in a different country, make sure your phone is set up for international roaming and that your carrier has a roaming agreement in the area you are in.

7. Software Issues: Check for software updates for your phone. Sometimes, a software glitch can cause connectivity issues, and updating your device may resolve them.

If none of these solutions work, you may want to contact your mobile carrier's customer support for further assistance. They can provide specific information about network status, and your account, and help troubleshoot the issue.

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