Reliance has already got more mileage out of Jio 4G than any other telecom operator has managed during a testing phase. The Ambani-owned service has faced many launch delays but has finally rolling out from Sep 5 onwards
People have been thronging Reliance stores across the country, just so that they can get their own Jio 4G SIM card. After Sep 5 longer queues can be seen outside Reliance stores as Jio offer opens for all 4G smartphone owners.
Reliance will soon launch e-KYC to make activation time shorter. Some users who have managed to get their SIM cards activated have complained of other issues such as call drops, network blackout and average speed. While it is all technical and the Jio customer service team can fix them for you, here are some instant fixes for the most common problems surrounding Jio.
# Make sure you have installed all Jio apps
Another way is to download all the Jio related apps from 'MyJio' such as JioPlay, JioDemand, etc. Make sure you have downloaded all the Jio related apps with your mobile data itself as it is important part of Jio Network.
# Configure APN setting manually and reboot
Another way to fix the speed issue is to set the APN manually. Go to Settings > Cellular Networks > Access Points Names and delete the present APN in your smartphone and set the APN manually. Set the APN name as you like and the the APN to 'Jionet'. This might fix your speed capping issues.
# Don't update your Android OS
One more way to increase the speed on the Jio SIM is not to update your Lyf smartphone if any software update arises. Software updates might break some files and may bring some new issues as well.
# My phone's not VoLTE, but I want to make HD calls
Most phones are 4G LTE compatible, but do not support VoLTE, which simply means you cannot make HD calls directly from the phone's default dialler. But if your phone is not VoLTE-ready, then download JioJoin app and enjoy HD voice and video calls to any number around the world.