We have discussed already about the No Signal issue found in most Samsung Galaxy S series devices. Today we look in to another issue that has been all over the web and that is the Not Registered On Network issue that has been seen on many Samsung Galaxy S series smartphones recently. The main cause of this issue is the Nulled IMEI problem which we discussed earlier. When the Service provider companies didn’t find the IMEI number of these effected devices so the screen pops up ” No Registered On Network” as seen in the image above.
If you are facing the same problem and you want to fix / solve Samsung Galaxy Not Registered on Network issue, then you are at right place and we will let you know how to get rid of this bug. You must have the unlocked device to follow the guide given below and fix this issue. Not Registered on Network issue has been spotted on Samsung Galaxy S3 int, Samsung Galaxy S3 ( different carrier versions), Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Cause of Not Registered on Network Error:
This error pop ups in devices that have not been updated with the latest firmware and there are some conflicts with the previous versions of the firmware and in some cases it shows on the devices which have been rooted with Framaroot application.
How to Fix Not Registered on Network Issue:
All you have to do is follow this step by step guide and you will be able to fix this issue your self and thus your smartphone will start getting the signals. The thing you should remember here is that Keep your WiFi ON and connect with any available network.
Step 1: First of all make sure your device is charged and running.
Step 2: Put your SIM card in to your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone.
Step 3: Now move to the Setting menu on your device. Scroll down to the bottom and select About Device.
Step 4: Now tap on the Software Update. Once the update gets completed, your Samsung Galaxy smartphone will Reboot.
After the phone will start and you will notice the Not Registered On Network issue vanished. Hope this method will work for you, but if you are still you can follow the Hardware Reset method by following these steps given below.
All you have to do is to follow this method precisely, if it don’t work at first, try doing it over again.
Step 1: First of all turn off your phone by “Holding the Power Button and the Home together”
Step 2: While the phone is off, wait for 2 mins. and then simply remove the battery and SIM card from the phone.
Step 3: Now press the Power and Home Buttons together for 10 consecutive times, and the Hold them for 2-3 times.
Step 4: After this you can insert your sim card and battery and turn ON your Samsung Galaxy device.
Step 5: While your phone is on, remove then re-insert your sim card 5 times. Until a message will appear ” Restart Your Phone” Tap on it and your Phone will Reboot once again.
Step 6: 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.