An unsaved Samsung galaxy on a network error occurs when you try to make a call or send an SMS. Your current service provider is not aware of your IMEI number and you get this error on the "not registered on a network" pop-up screen. Don't worry, we've fixed this issue and all Android-related issues not registered on a network are gone.
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The reason why you are not experiencing logged on network error
This error can occur because the firmware or software is out of date and your phone may be performing the previous software update. A network error is a common Android problem that occurs on T-Mobile, Vodafone, AT&T, Airtel, Rogers, Virgin and even after rooting your device.
In addition, when your phone is locked on a carrier, it can also display such an error.
How to Repair Samsung Galaxy Not Registered on the Network
Make sure you are connected wirelessly:
- First, launch your Galaxy, charged and ready
- Put the SIM card in the phone
- Access your phone settings
- Scroll down to reach the bottom end
- Select Software update
- Wait for it to restart and finish the update
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I found this solution while working with my Samsung Galaxy phone. Follow this method precisely, and if it doesn't work the first time, try to do it again.
- turn off your phone by holding the power button and the home at the same time.
- When the telephone is turned 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.
- Then hold the power and house keys for 1-3 minutes.
- Then insert your SIM card and battery
- Turn on your Samsung Galaxy.
- When your phone is on, remove your SIM card and then reinsert it. Repeat this operation five times. (On some Android phones, you must remove the battery before you can remove the SIM card. If this is the case, skip this step.)
- A message appears stating that you need to restart your phone – click on it.
- Finally, your Samsung Galaxy should start without error.
If the above methods do not work, the problem is with your SIM card.
Trying a different SIM card may solve the problem. It worked for most people.
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Update your APN settings. To do this, under Wireless and networks, click on Mobile network> Access point names> click on Menu, on the left button of the Home key> New> enter the APN parameters required for your operator.
If you are using T-Mobile, enter this
Name: T-MobileAPN: epc.tmobile. If you have an LTE device, you should use: fast.tmobile. comProxy:
If you are using AT&T, enter this
"Name: AT & TAPN: wap.cingularProxy:
Go to Settings on your phone, then Wireless & networks> Mobile networks> Network operators> Select your own network.
Not registered on the network can also occur because the SIM card has not been placed correctly, which can make the mobile network unavailable and error when searching for network.
- Access the settings of the mobile network in Settings.
- When you're in the mobile settings, you need to hold the power button and the home button together until your device turns off.
- While your Galaxy is dyed, gently remove the battery.
- Press the home button and the power button together for 10 seconds.
- Then, hold down the power and home buttons for 1-2 minutes, which will eliminate any static charge.
- Insert your battery now.
- Start your Samsung Galaxy with the SIM card.
- Do not attach the back cover yet.
- When your phone is on, remove it and insert the number 3 of the SIM card (on some Android phones, you must remove the battery before you can remove the SIM card.) If this is the problem, skip this step)
- You will be asked to restart your phone.
- Restart your phone and you will no longer see an error when searching for a network.
If this method did not work, try this method -Insert a SIM card to access network services. Do not register on the network.
NB: If you press the update from the parameters and you say NO FIRMWARE FOUND, you must update via Kies on your computer.
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