Galaxy S7 sometimes doesn't get any reception after disconnecting from Wifi

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Galaxy S7 sometimes doesn't get any reception after disconnecting from Wifi

Sometimes if I disconnect from Wifi, I don't have any data or proper reception. It'll show I have full bars but of like Emergency only. I can't receive texts or make phone calls, until sometimes several minutes later, I may get 3g but it'll never get back to LTE unless I restart the phone.

I've tried going into developer mode and leaving the Data connection live even on wifi but it doesn't fix the issue.

 

 

 

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Re: Galaxy S7 sometimes doesn't get any reception after disconnecting from Wifi

Hi @Lantec,

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

Did you just recently start experiencing this issue?

 

Any other S7 users in the Community experiencing something similar?

 

 

RogersZia

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Re: Galaxy S7 sometimes doesn't get any reception after disconnecting from Wifi

I've had it for a while now since apg1 firmware. I even sent it in at the Rogers store, and they had it sent off but they found no issues with it.
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Re: Galaxy S7 sometimes doesn't get any reception after disconnecting from Wifi

I've experienced this twice since the recent update.

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