Fixing “Not Registered on Network” Error on Samsung Galaxy S6
Sometimes you get an error saying “Not Registered on Network” on your Samsung Galaxy S6 and you’re wondering how to fix it. There are several possible causes for this error message, and in today’s post you will learn about them.
How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S6 Not Registered On Network
Wrong or Custom Firmware Installation
This may happen after you have just installed a new firmware on your phone. There’s a chance that you’ve installed the wrong firmware and that leads to this error. To fix it, search for the default ROM for the phone and use Odin to install it. The same solution is also applicable of you’ve just rooted your Samsung Galaxy S6 or you have just installed a custom firmware.
If you hadn’t done any alteration whatsoever to the Samsung Galaxy S6’s firmware, chances are you have something wrong in the network settings.
You can try the solution below to fix “Not registered on network” error on Galaxy S6:
First, go to Settings and choose Wireless and networks. From the list of options please tap on the Mobile Networks and then Network Mode.
There will be several options available. Choose the one network mode that is compatible with your SIM card. If you have GSM SIM card then choose the GSM only, while people with CDMA SIM card should stick with WCDMA only.
After that, restart your Samsung Galaxy S6. Enter the Mobile Network option once again and then choose Select your Network Operator. Now choose the mobile network operator based on which of those operator you use (Verizon Wireless with Verizon, AT&T with AT&T etc)
If you are not sure if you have a CDMA or GSM SIM card, you can always try both. Don’t worry because the settings can be easily reversed.
Most of the Not Registered on Network errors can be fixed in a simple manner, but if you incorrectly installed a firmware you may want to call for a qualified technician to help you.
How to Fix “Not Registered on Network” Error on Samsung Galaxy S6