@useraCrxnrYSD1 have you tried clearing the cache partition on your phone? Here are the steps to clearing the cache partition on your phone.
It's a calibration issue. When I'm at the airport, I get full bars on my Note10+, or else I get 2-4 bars depending on where I am. I would need to see a cellular tower to get 4 bars.
I would recommend reaching out to your carrier for further assistance.
Check with your carrier because it's not a problem with the phone. I had issues since the first day. First I didn't have mobile data, the next day there was no network and nobody knew how to fix it over the phone. I decided to go to AT&T store and when they entered the IMEI it showed that it is a Huawei phone, not a Samsung one. Once they fixed that everything was fine.
I have Tmobile, my phone alternates constantly between 4 bars and no bars. My note 9 does not have this issue. I am returning my note 10+ and getting another one, hopefully it's a first batch issue and has been corrected now.
I called samsung and followed all the troubleshooting steps, and was finally advised by samsung rep to return it if possible.
Did any of u guys with note 10 getting hard time to get signals and mobile network and LTE??
I have an unlocked Note10 running T-Mobile firmware and T-Mobile service. My phone signal and speed is on par with my previous phones: Pixel 2, S8, S10e. No dropped calls, no signal bar issues. Around town, I already know what the signal should be and can easily know if there is a malfunction or an carrier has an outage.