If you call a contact on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and press the call key, then it can happen that after a few seconds the following message appears on the display:
- Call ended
You wonder now why this is the case with your Samsung Galaxy S6 and what you can do about it. We want you to help you here:
The cause is usually a bad connectivity to your mobile network. This can, for example, always happen when you find yourself in a place where there is no cellular connection. As an an example:
If you go up out of the basement of your house and then want to make directly a call the message “Call ended” can appear.
It is then sufficient in most cases to wait just about 2 to 5 minutes and then make the call. If you do not want to wait that long, then you should try the following:
Pull down the status bar of your Samsung Galaxy S6 and then tap on the button for the "flight mode". This means that all connections are disconnected. Then activate Airplane mode again after about 10 seconds. This will now result in that your phone reconnects to your mobile network immediately and much faster.
It should now be possible to make a call with the Samsung Galaxy S6 without any problems.
You know now, what to do when the message "Call ended" appears on your Samsung Galaxy S6 display.
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