How do I fix PDP authentication failure?
Generally, with that kind of issue, resetting network settings can help. Settings>General>Reset>Reset Network Settings, keeping in mind that the procedure also resets Wi-Fi networks and passwords, cellular settings, and VPN and APN settings that you’ve used before, but no other date are affected.
What causes PDP authentication failure?
A PDP Authentication Failure can be related to your settings, or eSIM data/validity. Please check if you have experienced the following items: The APN is set according to the information from your eSIM installation page if required (all lower case and in one word)
What does PDP authentication failure mean?
PDP (Packet Data Protocol) is the networking used by your device to connect it to thru the carriers to the public internet. Any error in authentication means your device has not received the the appropriate settings needed to automatically connect.
Why is eSIM not working?
Make sure that your nano-SIM card is seated properly in the SIM tray: Remove the SIM tray and inspect the SIM cards for signs of damage or corrosion. Remove your SIM card from the SIM tray, then put the SIM card back. Make sure that you close the SIM tray completely, so that it isn’t loose.
How do I change the APN settings on my iPhone?
Reset your APN settings
- On iPhone: Go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network, then tap Reset Settings.
- On iPad: Remove the configuration profile and add it again.
Why does my phone keep saying authentication problem?
This issue mostly means that your password for the network is wrong due to which it shows the authentication error message. You need to make sure that you have typed the correct password for your WiFi. Sometimes, your password resets on the router because of resetting your router or settings.
How can I check my eSIM status?
- Go to Settings.
- If in Settings you see a search bar, type in “IMEI”, and the option “IMEI information” (or similar) should show up (otherwise, you will need to go to About phone> Status).
- Tap “IMEI information”