If your Samsung Galaxy smartphone displays an error message that your smartphone is not registered with the network, you will not be able to make phone calls or send SMS messages.
The message "Not registered in the network" is of course annoying, but it usually has one of the following causes:
- Sim card was not recognized correctly
- Mobile network error
- Android System Error
In addition to the causes mentioned above, we would like to give you some tips on how to fix them on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone. Please proceed as follows:
Sim card inserted correctly?
Checks first of all if there is an error with the Sim card. Use the tool that comes with your Samsung Galaxy smartphone to remove the sim card from the sim card slot.
Especially if your sim card adapter is used, it can happen that the sim card is not in the right position anymore and therefore no contact with the Samsung Galaxy smartphone can be established.
If everything sits as it should, the next step is to check whether there is an error with the mobile network.
Mobile network down? Check network coverage on the Internet.
If the mobile network of your mobile network provider is down, or a mobile mast in your area is down, then of course you have no network. You can get information about this quickly via the hotline of your mobile phone provider.
The Android system can also cause the error that the Samsung Galaxy smartphone cannot log on to the mobile network. Usually a restart or the temporary activation of the airplane mode helps here. A wipe cache partition can also help here.
We hope that one of the following is the reason why your Samsung Galaxy smartphone is unable to log on to the mobile network.