1. Android Central Question's Avatar
    Hi!

    I recently purchased a 4G LTE phone (Android - 4GB/64GB - Octa-core). I have purchased a 3G data plan on one of the 2 SIMs, which gives good speed.

    Now the problem-
    Whenever I pass through a "No-Range" area, my mobile data range goes, which is normal. But the abnormal thing is - It does not reappear by itself when I am past that "No-Range" area (i.e. when I am in ranged area). Though the SIM symbol at the top shows full 5-bars range, the net is gone. I have to do a lot of circus - Mobile Data ON/OFF, Wi-Fi ON/OFF, Airplane Mode ON/OFF, Reboot the phone etc. to get it back.

    While doing Trial-and-Error, I have noticed that whenever this happens and if I am able to connect to some wi-fi. Then after turning the wi-fi OFF, the net again reappears. Why this peculiar thing?

    P.S. - This does not happen when I myself switch the data OFF (say at nights before going to sleep) and then turn it ON in mornings. That time, the mobile data starts easily.
    11-10-2017 08:59 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Which phone? Does it have a Smart Network Switch option in the Settings>Mobile Networks or Settings>Wi-fi‚Äč menu?
    11-11-2017 08:47 PM

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