Well, most of the time, network and cellular problems are dependent on the network problem but also sometimes it is because of some issues in the device too. Let us see and try to solve it with some methods. Follow the simple tutorial to fix the Google Pixel 4 cellular problems like no cellular signal, poor network, etc.
Most of the time, problems can be solved by the error message itself. These days exceptions are handled in a very proper way. The exact issue is most of the time mentioned there only. If it is not there or you are having a problem understanding that. No need to worry the following will let to fix the Google Pixel 4 cellular problems.
Google Pixel 4 is a premium smartphone released last year which is designed by Google. It comes with a 6.23-inch OLED display having a resolution of 1440×3040 pixels and a pixel density of 540 PPI. Google offers a lot of new tech with the Pixel 4 series, including things like Snapdragon 855 SoC, dual rear cameras, 90Hz displays, and its Soli radar system for the first time.
Fix Google Pixel 4 Cellular Problems
Troubleshoot in safe mode
In case you don’t know what is safe mode, in safe mode, the system temporarily disable all third-party applications you installed on your device. By doing this we can figure out which app is occurring the problem. Follow the below step to turn Safe Mode on:
- Press and hold your device’s Power button.
- On your screen, touch and hold Power off. Tap OK.
- After you see “Safe mode” at the bottom of your screen.
After booting into safe mode, check the root cause of the problem and try to solve it from there only.
Reset network settings
This will reset all the network settings from the device and restore it to the default settings. Follow the below steps to do so:
- Open Settings from Pixel Launcher.
- Scroll down and tap on System.
- You will see an option named Reset options tap on it.
- Then tap on Reset Wifi, mobile & Bluetooth.
- Tap Reset Settings to continue.
- If prompted, enter the correct passcode, PIN or pattern.
- Tap Reset Settings again to confirm the action.
Reinstall Sim Card
I don’t think you need another tutorial to reinstall a sim card in your device. Just remove the sim tray from the device and restart the device and then reinsert it to the device.
- Activate the flight mode.
- Push Sim eject tool into the circular opening on the SIM card tray to remove it.
- Power off the device.
- Remove the Sim card from the Sim tray then place it back in.
- Push the tray back into the slot.
- Boot the device.
Factory Reset the Phone
- Open Settings app from pixel launcher.
- Scroll down and tap on the System option.
- Tap on Advanced option.
- Tap on Reset option.
- Tap Erase all data (factory reset)
- And then select Erase Everything.
- Turn off your phone.
- Once it is turned off. Press and hold the power and volume down button simultaneously until the Google logo pops up.
- Release the Power button but keep holding down the Volume Down button until the recovery mode screen appears.
- Press the power button to boot into recovery mode.
- Once booted in recovery mode, use the volume buttons to highlight the Wipe data/factory reset option.
- Press the power button to select that option.
- After reset, simply reboot to the system by using the volume and power buttons.
If nothing helps, you might need to replace your sim card too. Try to contact the network provider to do so.
Additionally, you can also post your specific problem in Google Forum.
Well, if you followed the above steps perfectly then you will fix the Google Pixel 4 cellular problems. But after the above methods, Google Pixel 4 isn’t behaving as expected then there might any other issue too. Well, in that case, you should check our Google Pixel 4 Troubleshoot Guide.
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