July 24, 2016

How To Fix “NOT REGISTERED ON NETWORK” on Android Phone

How To Fix “NOT REGISTERED ON NETWORK” on Android Phone

In this article, I will tell you the procedure to fix “Not registered on Network” problem with Android and smart phones. Many of the android users get the message “Not registered on network”. In this case, you are not able to make a call and not able to send a message to any number because your phone is not registered as per the message.

In this situation, the ‘Not registered on network’ error will show itself when you attempt to make a call or text. This occurs because your Service Provider is not notified of your IMEI number so on the screen you will see “Not registered on Network”.

How to fix ‘Not Registered on Network’  – The Solutions

We have found methods to help you overcome this issue, one of them should work for you.

Method:-1

The first method is very simple, you need to switch off the mobile and take out the sim card. You need to wait for 5 minutes and clean the sim card and put back to your phone and switch on the mobile. You will see, your problem of “not registered on network “is solved and you would be able to make calls.

 

Method:- 2

Step 1: Go to Settings of your Android Phone,
Step 2: Then go to Wireless and networks Or More Networks,
Step 3: Tap Mobile Networks (If not found then tap first ‘More settings’),
Step 4: Now tap Networks operators,
Step 5: After you have completed searching select your Network Operator or press the automatically select the network operator.

Mobile network settings

This will register your android phone and you would be able to make calls.

That’s it, problem solved.

Method:- 3

This will definitely solve your problem. Sometime, your android phone not able to recognize your sim card and unable to register.

Take out your sim card and put into the other android phone and follow the procedure of registering as we did in method 2.

Step 1: Go to Settings of your Android Phone,
Step 2: Then go to Wireless and networks Or More Networks,
Step 3: Tap Mobile Networks (If not found then tap first ‘More settings’),
Step 4: Now tap Networks operators,
Step 5: Tab Automatically select network operator.

This will register your phone and then take out the sim card and put back to your original android phone and you would be able to make calls and your problem is solved.

 

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Regards,

Polc Management

www.polconline.com

 

 

 

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