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How-To Fix: ‘Not Register On Network’ Issue On Samsung Galaxy Devices

Last updated: December 4, 2018.

Fix Not Register On Network Issue On Samsung

Users of Samsung Galaxy device often face the common issue of getting a “Not register on Network” message.  Another similar issue is that of getting a “ Not register on network and Insert SIM card to access network services”.  This can happen when you go to settings>more>mobile networks.  In this guide, we’re going to show you a method to fix Insert SIM card to access network services and fix not register on network.

How To Fix Insert SIM card to access network services:

Step 1: On your Samsung Galaxy device, open Settings.

Step 2: When in Settings, tap on Wireless and Networks.

Step 3: After tapping on Wireless and Networks, tap on Mobile Networks.

Step 4: You should now be in the Mobile Networks tab.

Step 5: In Mobile Networks, press the home button for 2 seconds and then, while still pressing the home button, press the power button for 15 seconds.

Step 6: You should see your device screen blink several times, then after a few seconds your device should reboot.

You can also try this method for ” Not register no Network “.

Tip:  If you are facing null IMEI and Not register on network issue on a Samsung Galaxy S3 then you can try this method. First your device will be running Android 4.3 XXUGMK6. Now all you have to do is download and flash the following files while in recovery.

  1. XXUGMK6 Modem.zip (Click here)
  2. XXUGMK6 Kernel.zip (Click here)

Have you applied any of these fixes on your Samsung Galaxy device?

Share your experience in the comments box below.

JR

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