Posted by Aimee , Mar 18, 2019
"Recently, I have been receiving very poor inconsistent reception in and around my home. Phone calls go in and out, and they also tent to drop unexpectedly. It's really annoying. How can I improve iPhone reception?"
Well, bad reception can be caused by poor service-provider coverage, a low battery or even the way you hold the device. If you're working from home, you can improve your iPhone's reception with a few tweaks and tricks.
First try to charge your iPhone's battery. An iPhone with a low battery may have the power to handle a phone call but lack the power to search for a strong signal. Go outside and use the iPhone on your porch or in the driveway. If your signal improves, something in your home is causing the poor reception. Some electronic devices like cordless phones and microwaves may also disrupt the signal. Remove iPhone's SIM card by inserting a paper clip into the eject hole on the top of the device. Blow into the SIM tray to remove dust and other debris, then reinsert the SIM card properly and shut the tray. Turn off your iPhone and back on again, as resetting the device, sometimes this may help. Reset the device's network settings. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Use a signal-boosting device. Such devices are sometimes available from your wireless carrier.
If the above methods didn't help you, then you should try RecoveryTool Fix Recovery, which is designed to repair the operating system without any data loss. Steps are listed below.
Step 1: Download, launch and run the software on your PC, Click on "iOS System Recovery". Then connect your iPhone to your PC. Once the program detects it, tap on "Start" to go on.
Step 2: Now you are required to download the latest firmware, and fill the correct model and more details about your device. Once done, click Repair to start the process.
Step 3: As long as it's done, the software will start to repair your iPhone. Within a few minutes, your device will start normally without poor reception anymore.