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No network signal (mobile device) (Windows phone)

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  1. Disable the Airplane mode

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  2. Check (and reinsert) the SIM card

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  3. Restart the mobile device

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  4. Uninstall the faulty app

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  5. Contact Microsoft's technical support

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  6. Set your phone to select mobile networks automatically (Windows phone)

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  7. Update the mobile device's operating system and carrier settings

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  8. Check if your device's IMEI is nulled

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  9. Turn on data roaming

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