Why my iPhone signal says SOS?
If your phone signal says “SOS,” it typically means that your phone is unable to connect to a network or that your phone is not registered on a network. “SOS” stands for “Save Our Souls,” and it is a distress signal that is used to indicate that a phone can only make emergency calls.
There are several reasons why your phone may display “SOS” as the signal. Here are some possible causes:
No network coverage: If you are in an area with poor network coverage, your phone may display “SOS” as the signal. In this case, you may need to move to a location with better network coverage or wait until you are in an area with better signal strength.
SIM card issues: If your phone is unable to detect your SIM card or if the SIM card is damaged, your phone may display “SOS” as the signal. Try removing the SIM card and reinserting it to see if this resolves the issue.
Network registration issues: If your phone is not registered on a network or if there are issues with network registration, your phone may display “SOS” as the signal. Try restarting your phone to see if it reconnects to the network.
Account issues: If there are issues with your mobile service account, your phone may display “SOS” as the signal. Contact your mobile service provider to ensure that your account is active and in good standing.
If you are unable to resolve the issue and your phone continues to display “SOS” as the signal, you may need to contact your mobile service provider for further assistance.