@iiviera8 asked 11 months ago.

How to fix cell phone saying "not registered on network?

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@elgustafson11 answered 11 months ago.

Force restart the device. Update your phone to the latest operating system. Select the network manually. Turn off all wireless connections. Reinsert the battery and SIM card.

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@Sunny answered 11 months ago.

If the phone cannot connect to the network, the first thing to check is whether or not the SIM card is inserted properly. If it is, then check the phone's network settings. If the phone is locked to a particular network, then unlock it by using an unlocking code.If your cell phone says "not registered on network" it can mean that it is not connected to the carrier's network. In this case, you need to do the following: - Check that the phone's SIM card is correctly inserted.If you still facing the same problem call to the customer call number and tell your issue. Mostly they can resolve the problem regarding network issue

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@dadennison0 answered 11 months ago.

If you find that your phone isn't registered on the network, it's usually because it is not receiving a signal. To fix this, you need to make sure that your phone is turned on and is in the area where a signal is available.
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@Vaasu answered 11 months ago.

Occasionally your cell phone may display the message “Not Registered on Network”, even when you are in the coverage area. In this case, you need to reset the network settings on your phone. Usually, you can do it by going to the Settings menu and tapping on the option “Reset Network Settings”.
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@ragchowdary answered 11 months ago.

This is a common problem with cell a. If your cell phone displays this message every time you start it, it's most likely an issue with the phone's SIM card. This can happen if you change your service provider often or if you have multiple SIM cards. You can try restarting your phone or just turning it off and back on again.

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