“Currently unable to send your message it will be sent when the service becomes available” –, most Android users should be familiar with this message. This message is streamed from your network service provider. This error occurs when sending SMS/ MMS. The most difficult part of this problem is that you cannot find where exactly is it established from. At Technobezz, we covered a few solutions to network and service errors.
How To Fix Currently Unable To Send Your Message
The reason why you get “currently unable to send your message it will be sent when the service becomes available” is because no network is registered on your SIM card. Follow the below methods to fix up this issue in your device.
- Go to Settings
- Select Mobile network settings
- When you are in the mobile settings, hold the power button and the home buttons together until your device turns off
- While your Galaxy is off, gently remove the battery
- While your battery is detached, press the home button and the power button 10 times together
- Next, press and hold the power and home buttons for 1-2 mins-“this will drain all static charges”
- Insert your battery again
- Boot your Phone with the SIM Card
- Do not attach the back cover yet
- While your phone is on, remove then insert the SIM card 3 times
- You will be prompted to restart your phone and you will no longer see the message saying currently unable to send your message it will be sent when the service becomes available.
The problem might occur due to corrupted IMEI, if this is the case, then back up or restore of the EFS folder will solve the issue.
Here is how to backup and restore the EFS folder on your Galaxy device.
- This process requires you to first download an app named ‘EFS Pro’. But before that ensure your phone is rooted otherwise this tool will not work on the device.
- Next download Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 on your PC to make the EFS Pro app work on the PC. Once downloaded, unzip the file and install it on the PC.
- Connect your device to the PC using a USB cable. Run EFS Pro and follow the onscreen instruction to backup and restore the EFS folder. That’s it and the process is completed.
This problem can also occur because your IMEI # is nulled. To Find if your IMEI number is nulled, read this post:
- Open the dialer in your Galaxy
- Within your dialer, type *#*#4636#*#*
- You will now enter service mode
- Click on Phone information of Device information
- Here you will need to run a ping test
- Next, turn off the radio/or on the radio
- Your phone will be prompted to restart
If these methods don’t work, then it is a problem with your SIM card. Please try a different SIM card. If everything works fine, contact your carrier for a SIM card replacement.