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Fix Networking Problem with Korean Version of S4

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I have a network problem with my Samsung Note3 Korean version?

I have a Samsung Note3 Korean version. It doesn't get a network signal, and it cuts-off simultaneously. I think my network settings were changed. Can you please help me?

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The internet on my phone doesn't work?

My phone doesn't work on wireless internet or by SIM.

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First, make sure that you are not operating in Airplane Mode. To do this, swipe down from the top of your device to open the 'Notifications Panel'. Look for the picture of an airplane, and make sure it hasn't accidentally been turned on, which would prevent you from connecting to the internet.

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Then, check to make sure you haven't selectively disabled your WiFi, or turned off your data connections. These can be located in the 'Settings' menu, which you can also access from the 'Notifications Panel'.

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If you have checked these, and are still unable to connect your device to the internet, you will either need to factory reset your Android phone, or take it to a repair shop to have it looked at, as this is not a normal device behavior.

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There is no network inside our house, but my other cellphone has a signal?

Actually my phone has a signal, but if I go inside our house there is no more signal. My other cellphone still has a signal inside.

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This is just a difference between the two phones. Likely your Samsung is operating on a different bandwidth, which does not have as strong of a signal as your other phone's network. This is true even if you are on the same carrier with both phones. It's no different than radio frequencies like AM and FM having different reception.

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To correct this, you can try to switch the connection type of your Galaxy S5, or disable network connectivity when you are home, and instead use WiFi for internet. This should help improve the signal for you.

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My SIM is not working in my mobile?

My Samsung S4 mobile is made in Korea. I am unable to make calls with it.

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After resetting phone it has invalid IMEI?

How can I restore this to get network?

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