Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the most loved smartphones of 2017. There is not a single phone that comes close to it in looks and design. It comes in 6 colors. From hardware to its operating system, everything is in its top form. If you consider buying a new phone this year, Galaxy S8 should be your top priority. Although you might find Galaxy S8 expensive, I consider the price is well put considering its design and specs. You might come across Not Registered on Network Galaxy S8. It’s a pretty common error on other Samsung smartphones as well. Today we will deal with its solution.
Samsung Galaxy S8 has a 5.8 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen, whereas S8+ has a 6.2-inch screen. The best thing about this model is the edge to edge screen without any bezels. In the rear, it has dual pixel 12MP camera and the front camera is of 8MP. It has 4 GB RAM and for internal storage, it has 64GB space. Galaxy S8 and S8+ are running on the Android Nougat operating system. Android Oreo beta program is running on S8 and S8+, soon it will get official update of Android Oreo. S8 has 3000 mAh battery whereas Galaxy S8+ is equipped with 3500 mAh battery, both phones support fast charging. Samsung has really worked hard on the camera app and battery life in their latest flagship.
Some bugs and error come with the phone, no matter how good the phone is. One of the small problems that arise with Galaxy S8 is when you try to make a call or send a text and it says Not registered on the network.
The best thing about Galaxy S8 is its screen, it certainly is the sharpest screen and displays great color combination that makes it very pleasing to the eyes. The bezel-less fact makes Galaxy S8 stand out among all other smartphones.
Fix Not Registered on Network Galaxy S8
Moving to the issue and its solution, if you have been using Galaxy S8 for a while or any other Galaxy smartphone, you must have come across not registered on network error. It arises when you are about to make a call and the phone gives you this error. Mostly, it’s after you have been to no network area and get back network. Still, your phone is unable to make calls or send text messages. You will also notice that your phone won’t even support LTE or 3G while you have8 “not registered on network error” on your phone
The workaround for this error is pretty simple. Which will be discussed in the guide below.
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How to Fix Not Registered on Network Galaxy S8:
If you are trying to make a call and come across Internal Error 407. First and foremost thing you need to do is to Turn on Airplane mode from the control center of your phone. After a few seconds Turn off Airplane mode and you are done.
The error will be solved, you will be able to make calls and send texts. This is a self-implemented fix, which works each time for me.
Same is the case with mobile network data. If you are unable to access mobile data internet on your phone. Use the above solution and your phone along with mobile data network will start working properly.
If the above solution didn’t work for you, then there must be something with your network settings. You need to reset your phone’s network settings from the settings menu. Know that it will delete all the saved WiFi passwords and all your mobile data settings from your phone.
In order to reset network settings to fix Network not registered Galaxy S8 network follow the steps below:
- First of all, open the home menu of your phone and locate Settings.
- Go to Settings and locate About device.
- Tap on About device you will see a number of options, select Reset.
- In the Reset menu, locate Reset Network Settings.
- Tap on it and give it permission to reset network settings of your Galaxy S8.
- Once it is done. Restart your phone.
This will hopefully solve the Galaxy S8 not registered on Network error.
Another reason for this error to show up is when you have flashed wrong firmware on your Galaxy S8. For Example, if you flashed an unbranded firmware on T-Mobile Carrier locked S8. You will have this issue. Your phone will fail to recognize the carrier. Chances are it won’t even bootup.
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If the guide didn’t solve the issue for you, seek help on the official forums of Samsung smartphones.