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Learner
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No Signal

My xperia XA1 got paid repair for replacement of touch and screen.But after one day it lost signal.very disappointed

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Learner
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paid repair

my phone was repaired after one day it again got defectine service center is again charging repair cost why

Adviser
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Re: No Signal

My nephew dropped my Xperia XA1 back in July and sent it to Sony for a repair. I had to place the sim card back in along with the sd card and had to do a fresh install. Try backing up using either the backup and restore in the settings menu or use Xperia Companion on the PC (find this better as it backups app / game data in full) then when done go to settings and system then tap reset phone and yes to deleting all from SD card and you should be good to go.

 

**side note have you ran the phone in safe mode to see if the network issue persists. **

Éire Sony Xperia 10, Xperia XA1 and Xperia M5 user
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the charging port was repaired then it doesn't have signal anymore

Emperor
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Re: No Signal

@dhiane 

 

I'm sorry to hear that but you have to contact them 




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