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Reliance Jio has been the talk of the town ever from its expansion to various smartphones. The service has already reached some amount of 1.5 billion customers, which is really huge, considering the fact that the service is still in trial phase.
The service is available only for 4G enabled smartphones, but we have already covered a trick to use the SIM card of 3G devices. Many users over the internet are reporting that they are facing some signal drop issues and poor network reception.
Check out the sliders below to solve the signal drop issues in your Jio SIM card.
Choose 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'.
With this way, you can easily get back your 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 step 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 own name, but the APN should be 'Jionet'.
Name: Your Wish
Save and Reboot Your Smartphone
After creating the new APN, you need to reboot your smartphone. After rebooting, you will be able to see the signal on your smartphone and you can enjoy the Reliance Jio services for 90 days.
Follow the steps 2-5 again and again if you didn't get the signal on your smartphone.