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How to Fix a ‘Not Registered on Network’ Error on Samsung Galaxy

What to do if your SIM card can’t connect to your carrier’s network

Are you seeing the error message “Not registered on the network” on your Samsung Galaxy? Here’s what it means and how to fix it.

What does it mean to be not registered on the web?

If you see the error message “Not registered on the network” on your device, it means that your SIM card cannot connect to your carrier’s network. You may not be able to make or receive calls or text messages. This error can happen to any Android phone, so the steps to fix it are the same regardless of the manufacturer or model.

Causes of Network Not Registered Errors

There may be a problem with your SIM card, or the problem may be with your carrier. Possible causes of the “Not registered on the network” error are:

  • Your phone’s firmware or operating system is out of date.
  • The SIM card is disconnected or damaged.
  • Your carrier is not selected in your phone settings.
  • Your provider is experiencing an outage.

How do I sign up for my Samsung network?

Try these steps in order until your phone works:

Restart your Android phone. Restarting your device will remove any temporary conflicts preventing you from connecting to the network.

Turn off the wireless network. Turn off Wi-Fi on your phone, wait 30 seconds, then turn it back on. This will reset your connection and resolve temporary technical issues.

Update your Android phone. Make sure your operating system and firmware are up to date to get the latest updates your phone needs.

If you have a rooted Android phone, you must uninstall it before installing updates.

Reinsert the SIM card. Remove your SIM card and make sure it is not damaged, then put it back in place. Make sure the card is properly seated in the tray and the metal pins are in the correct position.

Manually select your network† Make sure the correct provider is selected in your settings.anger set upconnectcell phone networkNetwork operatorssearch now and select your carrier network.

Change the network mode. If you’re in an area with poor reception that doesn’t support 5G or 4G, it’s best to switch to 3G or 2G.

Contact your mobile operator† Go to the store or use another phone to call your carrier so they can help you with the problem. There may be network outages in your area, so all you can do is wait. If there is a problem with your SIM card, your carrier can help you replace it.

Update APN settings. If you recently changed service providers, you may need to update your Access Point Name (APN) settings. This is an advanced solution, so be careful and note down the default APN settings so you can change them back if something goes wrong.

Reset network settings. Establishing a new connection to your carrier’s network can resolve issues that rebooting won’t fix. Resetting your network settings will clear all Wi-Fi passwords and Bluetooth connections, so save this step as a last resort.

Use a different SIM† If you still have an activated SIM card, replace it and see if your phone can connect to the network. If yes, there is a problem with the SIM card. Before buying a new one, check the Samsung support website to see which SIM cards are compatible with your Samsung Galaxy.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does “Not registered on the network” mean for T-Mobile?

    In addition to the reasons/solutions above, if you recently bought a phone or switched to T-Mobile from another network, you may need to unlock your device with your old carrier.Find your phone’s IMEI number set upAbout the phone on Android (or set upgeneralAs for on iOS) and contact T-Mobile to verify your account and help you unlock it.

  • Why is my phone not registered to the network while roaming?

    Your carrier may not have roaming agreements with other carriers in the specific area you roam, and they do not provide service. To avoid going out of service area, check your roaming coverage or find a coverage map on your carrier’s website before traveling.

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How to Fix a ‘Not Registered on Network’ Error on Samsung Galaxy

What to do when your SIM card can’t connect to your carrier’s network

Seeing the ‘not registered on network’ error on your Samsung Galaxy? Here’s what it means and how to fix it.

What Does Not Registered on Network Mean?

If you see the ‘not registered on network’ error on your device, it means your SIM card can’t connect to your carrier’s network. You will likely not be able to make or receive calls or text messages. This error can occur on any Android phone, so the steps for fixing it are the same regardless of the manufacturer or model.

Causes of Not Registered on Network Error

There could be an issue with your SIM card, or the problem could be on your carrier’s end. Possible causes of the ‘not registered on network’ error include:

Your phone’s firmware or operating system is out of date.
The SIM card is disconnected or damaged.
Your carrier is not selected in your phone’s settings.
Your carrier is experiencing an outage.
How Do I Register My Samsung Network?

Try these steps in order until your phone is working properly:

Restart your Android phone. Rebooting your device will clear out any temporary conflicts preventing you from connecting to the network.

Turn off Wi-Fi. Disable Wi-Fi on your phone, wait for 30 seconds, then turn it back on. This resets your connection and can resolve temporary technical hiccups.

Update your Android phone. Make sure your operating system and firmware are current so you have the latest updates your phone needs.

If you rooted your Android phone, you will need to unroot it before you can install updates.

Reinsert the SIM Card. Take out your SIM card and make sure it’s not damaged, then put it back in place. Make sure the card is set properly in the tray with the metal pins in the right position.

Manually choose your network. Make sure the correct carrier is selected in your settings. Go to Settings > Connections > Mobile Networks > Network Operators > Search now and select your carrier’s network.

Change the network mode. If you’re in a low reception area that doesn’t support 5G or 4G, it’s best to switch to 3G or 2G.

Contact your mobile carrier. Go to a store, or use another phone to call your provider so they can help you resolve the issue. It could be that there’s a network outage in your area, so all you can do is wait. If there’s a problem with your SIM card, your carrier can help you replace it.

Update APN settings. If you recently changed service providers, you may need to update the Access Point Name (APN) settings. This is an advanced fix, so be careful and write down the default APN settings so you can change them back if something goes wrong.

Reset the network settings. Establishing a fresh connection to your carrier’s network can fix problems a reboot can’t. Resetting network settings will erase all Wi-Fi passwords and Bluetooth connections, so save this step as a last resort.

Use a different SIM card. If you have a spare activated SIM card, switch it out and see if your phone can connect to the network. If it can, there’s an issue with the SIM card. Before you buy a new one, check Samsung’s support website to see which SIM cards are compatible with your Samsung Galaxy.

FAQ

What does ‘not registered on network’ mean on T-Mobile?
In addition to the reasons/solutions listed above, if you recently purchased a phone or you’re switching to T-Mobile from another network, you might need to unlock your device with the old carrier. Locate your phone’s IMEI number from Settings > About Phone on Android (or Settings > General > About on iOS) and contact T-Mobile to verify your account and help you unlock it.

Why is my phone not registered on a network when roaming?
Your provider might not have roaming agreements with other carriers in the particular area where you’re roaming and where they don’t provide service. To avoid traveling out of service range, double-check the roaming coverage or look for a coverage map on your carrier’s website before you go.

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