Samsung galaxy not registered on network error occurs when you attempt to make a call or text. Your current Service Provider is not notified of your IMEI number, and then you get this error on the pop-up screen ” not registered on a network”. Don’t worry, we have solved this problem and all the Issues with Android not registered on a network are gone.
This error may occur because of the firmware or software not being up to date, and your phone may be running the earlier software update. Not Registered On Network error is a common android problem that occurs on T-Mobile, Vodafone, AT&T, Airtel, Rogers, Virgin and even after rooting your device.
I found this solution by working around with my Samsung galaxy phone. Please follow this method precisely, and if it doesn’t work at the first attempt, try doing it again.
Turn off your phone by holding the Power Button and the Home in conjunction.
While the phone is off, wait for 2 minutes.
After 2 minutes, remove the battery and the SIM card from the phone
Press the Power button and the home button together for 10 consecutive times.
Afterwards, hold the power and home keys for 1-3 minutes.
Next, insert your SIM card and the battery
Turn on your Samsung galaxy.
While your phone is on, remove your SIM card, and then re-insert it. Repeat this five times.
A message will appear saying that you need to “Restart your Phone”- click it.
Finally, your Samsung galaxy should boot up with no errors.
If the methods above didn’t work, then the problem lies with your SIM Card.
Trying a different SIM card might solve the problem. It worked for most people.
Update your APN Settings. To do that, under Wireless and Networks, click Mobile Network > Access Point Names > click Menu, left button from the home key > New > now enter the require APN settings for your carrier.
If you are using T-Mobile enter this
“Name: T-MobileAPN: epc.tmobile. com if you have an LTE Device, you should use: fast.tmobile. com Proxy: <leave in=”” blank=””> Port: <leave in=”” blank=””> Username: <leave in=”” blank=””> Password: <leave in=”” blank=””> Server: <leave in=”” blank=””> MMSC: http: //mms.msg.eng.t-mobile. com/mms/wapenc MMS proxy: <leave in=”” blank=””> MMS port:<leave in=”” blank=””> MMS protocol: WAP 2.0 MCC: 310 MNC: 260 Authentication type: <not set=””> APN type: <leave in=”” blank=””> OR Internet+MMS”
If you are using AT&T enter this
“Name: AT&TAPN: wap.cingular Proxy: <leave in=”” blank=””> Port: <leave in=”” blank=””> Username: [email protected] com Password: cingular1 Server: <leave in=”” blank=””> MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular. com MMS proxy: wireless.cingular. com MMS port: 80 MCC: 310 MNC: 410 Authentication type: <leave in=”” blank=””> APN type: default,supl,mms OR Internet APN Protocol: Leave it on the Default one”
Go to Settings of your phone, then Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Network Operators > Select your own network.