Why Nokia 8.3 5G loses signal for long periods of time?

I have yet another problem with this Nokia 8.3: the phone loses signal for long periods of time.

Why Nokia 8.3 5G loses signal for long periods of time?

unnbe unnbe
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I have yet another problem with this Nokia 8.3: the phone loses signal for long periods of time.

As a result, I can no longer make calls or connect to the web...

Really problematic!

Reboot or soft reset do not solve the problem. I'm sure this depends by the phone because I tried to put my SIM in another phone. I've checked the APN and type of connection (4G) are right.

Unfortunately, this phone is giving me a myriad of problems.

Does anyone else have this same problem?

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  • LeTuan LeTuan
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    Yes, I had same problem about signal

  • unnbe unnbe
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    Update: I discovered that the problem was in the SIM card! So, I bought a new SIM card from my phone provider and now everything is working fine again. Maybe it was demagnetised...

  • Beroz Beroz
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    I also faced the same issue in Nokia 8.3, then I visit many websites regarding this issue then I find the working solution so I changed the SIM.

  • please, can someone help me with my problem with my nokia 8.3? my phone no longer picks up wifi. all the other telephones in my house connect without problems. I very much regret having bought this phone. I have tried everything, computer scientists have tried to solve the problem but nothing works

  • unnbe unnbe
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    Hi, have you already tried to reset the phone network settings?

    If not, go to: Phone settings \ System \ Advanced options \ Reset options \ Reset WiFi, mobile data and Bluetooth...

    Pay attention, this operation will delete all your WiFi passwords...


  • badger810 badger810
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    @saintdenispatrick have you tried changing the WiFi Mac settings? If it is set to randomised Mac, change it to device Mac or vice versa.

  • Van Thieu Van Thieu
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    Sounds like your carrier may be using frequencies that aren't supported by the phone.

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