How to Boost Signal Strength of Your iPhone/Android Smartphone



Today, we will talk about the problem of Signal Strength coming in our phone, it is quite common that sometimes our phone does not come in a signal, or it keeps coming and we get disturbed by it, and due to this, our Call Drops It starts, i.e. talking about cutting off calls, getting stuck in the message, not having an email sent, and then the speed of the internet decreases.

How to Boost Signal Strength of Your iPhone/Android Smartphone


1. You remove the cover from your phone, so that the smartphone does not have Antenna Block,By covering the smartphone, you definitely consider the phone safe, but sometimes it can also cause problems on the Signal Reception Strength. And keep in mind that catch the phone well so that the phone does not have Antenna Block.

2. You do this thing:

  • Use the smartphone in the window or open area.

  • Stay away from any metal or wall.

  • Keep your phone away from electronic items and metal, and do not keep near the TV at all.


3. Protect Your Phone Battery
When the battery of your phone is low then it is very difficult to find the Signal / Network. And in such a way to find the network, the battery goes down and low. So in this you Turn Off Apps, Bluetooth, WiFi.

4. Do you check your SIM card or is it damaged or not?
Sometimes we think that the signal has been dropped, then the SIM card may be due to a fault or dust. Signal's Strengh is completely dependent on your SIM card. So you remove your SIM card and clean it again and put it in the phone again. By doing this, there are chances of improving the Signal Strength. If this does not come down then you can replace the SIM card. And perhaps the Signal Strength may improve after the new SIM card.

5. Switch back to the 2G or 3G network
Many times we see that our 4G Network gives very little signal. And whenever we get less signal, we can switch to Network 2G or 3G. Or we can manually select Network. Perhaps this will solve your problem.

For Android users  Go to Connection Setting > Mobile Networking > Network Mode > Choose 2G Only or 3G Only Option.
For iPhone users  Go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular data Options > Disable the ‘Enable 4G’ toggle.

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