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Title:

Service is "Searching" indefinitely

Text:

Work at a repair shop and have an issue with a customers phone showing that it is 'searching' for a signal on end. Is this something that a parts repair would solve or is it a mother board issue?
Work at a repair shop and have an issue with a customers phone showing that it is 'searching' for a signal on end. Is this something that a parts repair would solve or is it a mother board issue?
 
=== Update (03/12/2016) ===
 
It now says 'no service' despite there being service on the SIM

设备:

iPhone 6

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

297169

Edit by: Paul ,

Title:

Service is "Searching" indefinitely

Text:

Work at a repair shop and have an issue with a customers phone showing that it is 'searching' for a signal on end. Is this something that a parts repair would solve or is it a mother board issue?

=== Update (03/12/2016) ===

It now says 'no service' despite there being service on the SIM
Work at a repair shop and have an issue with a customers phone showing that it is 'searching' for a signal on end. Is this something that a parts repair would solve or is it a mother board issue?

=== Update (03/12/2016) ===

It now says 'no service' despite there being service on the SIM

设备:

iPhone 6

Status:

open

Original post by: Paul ,

Title:

Service is "Searching" indefinitely

Text:

Work at a repair shop and have an issue with a customers phone showing that it is 'searching' for a signal on end. Is this something that a parts repair would solve or is it a mother board issue?

设备:

iPhone 6

Status:

open