8 Quick Solutions to Fix iphone Says Searching Issue

If your iPhone says”No Service”, you can not make or receive telephone calls, send text messages, or even link to the internet unless you’re using Wi-Fi. It’s easy to forget how integral our iPhones have become in our lives — until they don’t get the job done. In this guide, I’ll explain why your iPhone states No Service and show you precisely how to repair it.

There’s no one-size-fits-all remedy to this issue, so I’ll walk you step-by-step throughout the troubleshooting steps I found most powerful when I worked at Apple. If you’re at the top of a mountain, then you may wish to come back to society until you continue. If you’re not, let us prevent your iPhone from saying No Service for great.

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1. Check On Your Carrier On Your Account:

Carriers cancel clients’ accounts for all kinds of factors. I have heard of cases where iPhones were disconnected because the carrier suspected fraudulent activity, the customer’s payment was overdue, and about disgruntled spouses who actually didn’t want to hear in their ex.

If at least one of these reasons resonate with you, give your carrier a call, simply to be sure everything’s OK. Your iPhone 6 says searching will say No Service if your account has been canceled, and this is a standard, yet easily-overlooked grounds for this dilemma.

If you find the No Service problem is being caused by your carrier, take a look at my cell phone savings calculator to understand how you could save hundreds of dollars per year by shifting things up. If it’s not your carrier’s error (and most of the time this problem isn’t), it’s time to take a peek at your iPhone’s software.

2.  Update Your iPhone’s Software and Carrier Settings:

Although that problem has since been resolved, iOS updates always contain a slew of fixes to less-common software bugs which can lead to the no service issue. You can proceed in one of 2 ways:

If you can connect to Wi-Fi, you can check whether a software upgrade for your iPhone can be obtained by visiting Settings -> General -> Software Update. If an update is not available, go to Settings -> General -> Around to test for a carrier configurations update. There isn’t a button to look for these upgrades — only stay on the About page for 10 seconds or so, and when nothing pops up, your carrier settings are current. If an update is available, iTunes will ask if you want to upgrade your iPhone. iTunes also checks for carrier settings updates automatically, therefore if it asks, it is a good idea to update that too.

3. Reset Network Settings:

Resetting your iPhone’s network settings to factory defaults can fix all sorts of mobile and Wi-Fi relevant issues on your iPhone. This”forgets” all your Wi-Fi networks, so you are going to need to reconnect with them and re-enter your Wi-Fi passwords. The No Service problem may disappear after your iPhone reboots.

To Reset Network Preferences, start Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings. Enter your iPhone passcode, then tap on Reset Network Settings once the verification pop-up looks near the base of your iPhone’s screen.

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4. Check Cellular Settings On Your iPhone:

There are a number of cellular data settings on your own iPhone, and when something is not installed properly, your iPhone might say No service. Settings can get changed unintentionally, and sometimes the problem could be repaired by simply turning a setoff and back on.

  • If you don’t find a setting I mention in this section, proceed to the next suggestion — you are not missing anything. Here are my suggestions:
  • Go to Settings -> Mobile, and Be Sure Cellular Data is on. When it’s, consider turning it off and back on again.
  • Proceed to Cellular Data Options -> Roaming and Be Sure Voice Roaming is turned on. Voice Roaming should be on for most people in the United States. Carriers do not charge for mobile roaming like that they used to.
  • If you’re interested, one of our authors wrote a post that explains how voice and data roaming works on your iPhone.
  • A word of warning: It’s a good idea to turn off Voice Roaming if you are traveling internationally to avoid a gigantic phone invoice when you come home. Your iPhone may quit saying No Service if you manually choose which mobile network to connect to.
  • A good deal of readers will not see this choice on their iPhones, and that’s perfectly normal. It only applies to specific carriers.

My iPhone Screen Is Black! Here’s The Real Reason Why

Welcome to another installment of the Apple iPhone6 troubleshooting series. In the present post, we will tackle one specific problem that a few of our readers are facing and that’s the black screen iPhone 6 problem. While this isn’t a common occurrence this does indeed occur. We’ve selected three such issues of nature and also have addressed the issues below.

If you own an iPhone 6 or some other iPhone version for that matter then feel contact us with this form. We will be more than happy to help you with any concern that you may have with your device. This is a free service we’re supplying without strings attached. We, however, ask that if you do contact us attempt to be as detailed as possible so that an accurate assessment can be made and the correct solution can be given.


iPhone 6 Black Screen Issue:

“my iPhone doesn’t have the screen at all. When it is used for calling… the display remain blackout. I need to keep it around for me to see who is sends me calls and text….my battery drained so quickly….what should do?”

“I am using iPhone 6 64gb I had been using it because 4 weeks one day suddenly my screen went completely dull and just like nothing else was visible I tried to away it only off emblem was observable it gets off afterwards sometime if I change on it works flawlessly but after some time same problem occurs Plz help me out of this difficulty hope you all will do the need full”

“Its not as much an issue yet but when I lock my phone it will go black, flash to the lock display, then go black again. I really don’t know why and this worries me bc it might escalate into a problem???”



The black display issues above were shipped to us by our readers. If you notice they’re quite similar so we’ve created just one troubleshooting manual for those three. The only thing that we may check today is if this issue is caused by a glitch in the phone program.

  • The first thing needs to be done is to restart the gadget. This can be done by following the actions listed below.
  • Drag the slider to flip your device completely off.
  • Following the system turns off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see the Apple logo.
  • If the phone can’t be restarted then induce a restart
  • Press and hold both the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for ten minutes, until you see the Apple logo.

If the problem still persists then flashed your phone

If at this stage you’re still having the exact same problem then I advise that you restore your phone software then setup your telephone as a new device. Make sure to backup your phone data before doing this.

In case the problem remains open at this point then you need to contact Apple concerning this issue or you could also bring your phone into an authorized service center since this might be a hardware related issue.

In case you have any concerns regarding your iPhone feel free to contact us with this form. We will supply you with free technical assistance concerning the issue you are facing with your apparatus. Just be sure that you supply as much detail as you can so that we can make an accurate identification.