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Reliance Jio has been the talk of the town ever from its expansion to general public. Reliance claims that they have already crossed 16 billion customers, and also they are the first ones to reach that landmark in such a quick time.
It is worth noticing that Reliance Jio works only with 4G enabled devices because the service is India's first LTE-only network. However, we have already covered a trick where you can use the Jio 4G SIM card in a 3G smartphone.
Many users over the internet are reporting that they are facing several signal drop issues and poor network reception. In fact, we also faced some issues such as the poor network reception with which the internet speed is affected.
Hereby, we are trying to resolve the signal related issues with these simple tips.
Choose the Network Manually
The simple way to get back your signal is to search manually for networks in Settings. You can do that by heading over to Settings> More> Mobile Networks> Network Operators> Search Manually> Finally select 'Reliance Jio.'
By performing this, you will be able to regain your lost signal.
Create a New APN
The other method is to create an APN on your mobile. The first step is a temporary one, but this move is a permanent one with which you will receive the signal permanently.
Delete the Previous APN
Delete the previous Reliance APN in your smartphone and add a new one with the name as 'Jionet.' To create a new APN, head over to 'Settings> More> Mobile Networks> Access Point Names> Create New APN.
Default Settings for APN
After performing the third step, you need to enter the name of the APN to be created. You can enter your name, but the APN should be 'Jionet.'