Samsung galaxy not registered on network error occurs when you are attempting to make a call or text. Your current Service Provider is not notify of your IMEI number then you get this error on the Pop Up Screen " not registered on network" don't worry we have solved this problem and all Issue with Android not registered on network is gone.
Please Be aware that your phone is already unlock.Its not the case where you have to unlock your device to remove the "Samsung Galaxy Not Registered On Network" error.
This Solution applies to all Android/ Samsung Galaxy Phones :
- Samsung galaxy s3 not registered on network
- Samsung galaxy s2 not registered on network error
- Samsung galaxy s3 not registered on network t mobile
- Samsung galaxy s 4g blaze not registered on network
- Samsung galaxy s4 not registered on network
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The Reason Why You are experiencing Not Registered On Network error
This Error may be because of UN-updated firmware or software and also your phone may be ruining the Earlier Software Update .The Not Registered On Network error is a common andriod problem that occurs on t-mobile, vodafone,at&t,airtel,rogers,virgin and even after root.
How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Not Registered On Network
To Fix Samsung galaxy not registered on network Please follow these steps
Make Sure You are connected to a Wireless connection
>First Get Your Galaxy Up and Running. Charged and ready
>Place Your SIM Card In Phone
>Navigate to Settings of your Phone
>Scroll Down To the Extreme bottom
>Select Software Update
>Wait For It to reboot and Completed Update
NB - 52.6% Of the users who are facing "Not Registered On Network"error is caused By A Nulled or Unknown IMEI # -
If These Two Method does not work for you, I highly recommend you read -Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # and Fix Not Registered on Network
I found this solution by messing around with my Samsung galaxy
Please follow this method precisely, if it don't work at first, try doing it over again.
>Turn of your phone by "Holding the Power Button and the Home together"
>While the phone is off, wait for 2 mins.
>After 2 mins remove the battery and the sim card from the phone
> Press the Power button and the home button together for 10 consecutive times
>Then, hold the power and home key for 1-3 minutes.
>After, insert your Sim card and battery
>Turn on your Samsung galaxy
>While your phone is on, remove then re-insert your sim card 5 times.
>A message will appear that you need to "Restart your Phone"- click it.
>Finally, your Samsung galaxy should boot up with no errors : error while searching for network,your Sim card does not allow connection for this network and not registered on network
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If Both of these method doesn't work, then the problem lies with your SIM Card. Please Try a different SIM card