Not Registered Network error now becomes the common error every Galaxy S10 user received. Whenever users send a message or call, received a pop of “Not Registered on Network”. So users are not able to receive calls or texts.
If you are looking for solutions to fix the “Not registered on network” error on your Samsung Galaxy S10. Then you are in the right place.
Before that you must know that this error can occur for many reasons, i.e. may be a proper carrier is not selected in your settings like T-mobile, AT & T, Airtel, Vi, etc. It might possible that there is an issue occurring with your sim card that restricts your phone to get registered. Maybe your S10 software is not updated along with bugs and glitches.
Best Ways to fix Galaxy S10 not registered Network Error
Fix 1. Reinsert the Sim
The most common reason for the “not registered on network” error is improperly inserted SIM. To mitigate this issue you should turn off the mobile, reinsert the sim and check if there is any damage to the SIM card. After reinserting reboot your phone, then see if the issue is fixed.
Fix 2. Select Network Manually
Galaxy S10 automatically connects to the network. But for the “Not registered on Network,” you should try to connect to the mobile network manually.
- Open the Settings app on your phone and go to Connections. Next, tap on Mobile Networks
- Select Network operators and turn off the switch next to Select automatically. After that, your phone should automatically start looking for all the available networks
- Locate and choose your carrier from the list
Fix 3. Change Preferred Network type
Sometimes where the set network type is not available then these network registration errors usually occur. In order to overcome that you need to switch to a different network. Here’s how you can do that:
- Open the Settings app on your phone, navigate to Connections, and tap on Mobile Networks.
- Select Network Mode to choose LTE/3G/2G (auto connect).
- If that doesn’t work, try switching to 3G only or 2G only.
Fix 4. Reset Network Settings
If the ‘not registered network’ error continues, now you need to reset the network settings. This will delete all your saved Wi-Fi networks, and paired Bluetooth devices and set other network configurations to their default. Here’s how you can:
- Open the Settings app on your Galaxy phones and scroll down to select General management.
- Tap Reset and select Reset network settings from the following screen.
- From there, follow the on-screen instructions to begin the restoration process. Your phone might ask you to enter the lock screen PIN.
- Once done, reboot your phone and see if it can connect to a network.
Fix 5. Wipe cache partition
These ‘Not registered network’ error usually occurs when a system cache gets corrupted. You need to clear the cache partition on your S10. This will force the phone to delete the current cache and replace it with a new one over time.
Here’s how you can do it:
- Turn off the device.
- Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby key, then press and hold the Power key.
- When the green Android logo displays, release all keys (‘Installing system update’ will show for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
- Press the Volume down key several times to highlight the ‘wipe cache partition’.
- Press the Power button to select.
- Press the Volume down key until ‘yes’ is highlighted and press the Power button.
- When the wipe cache partition is complete, “Reboot system now” is highlighted.
Fix 6. Install New Software
If all of the above fixes do not help you then you need to try this last fix to update your phone’s software. Updating the newer version will resolve this issue.
To know about updates, go to Software Update in the Settings app. Download and install any pending updates to see if your phone can connect to the network.