How to Fix Galaxy S7 Not Registered on Network

By | December 9, 2017

From the past few years, every year Samsung releases at least 1 Galaxy device which hits the market. Every device is better than previous device in terms of design, camera, processing and many more things but there is always one common problem “Not Registered on Network“. There could be different reasons for this problem. We have also covered Not Registered on Network issue for Galaxy S8. In this article, we will explain all the possible solutions to fix Galaxy S7 Not Registered on Network issue.

Fix Galaxy S7 Not Registered on Network

There are few methods to fix this problem but we will start with the easiest one. You just have to turn on the “Airplane mode” and then turn it off. This should work and you should be able to make calls and send SMS. You can also try to remove the sim card and then insert it back to your Galaxy S7. If it didn’t work for you then don’t worry, we have a list of other solutions. We have mentioned all the possible solutions here. Start following from the first method because we have arranged them in an order through which you don’t have to go through the difficult method first.

Method 1:

There might be a possibility that your Samsung Galaxy S7 is not updated to the latest OS. This could cause a problem because your device is running on old OS.

  1. Make sure your Galaxy S7 is fully charged or is charging.
  2. Go to “Settings“.
  3. Navigate to Software Update screen. If there is an update available then perform the update.
  4. After the update is completed, restart your device.

Now, Not Registered on Network problem should be gone and this should not appear again. If you are still facing the same problem then follow the next method.

Also Read: Change DPI on Galaxy S8 and S8+ Without Root

Method 2:

One of the reasons for this problem with a device could be due to not connected with a proper Network Operator. Here, we will explain you how you can connect to a proper Network Operator. You can either select the name of the operator or let the device to select the Operator name automatically.

  1. Go to “Settings“.
  2. Tap on “More Networks“.
  3. You’ll see “Mobile Networks“. Tap on it.
  4. Now, tap on “Network Mode“.
  5. Here, select “GSM only“.
  6. Tap the back button and go t “Network Operators“.
  7. It will take few seconds to display a list of all available Network Operators in your area. Now, you have 2 options, you can either select the name of the Operator from the list or you can just simply select “Select Automatically“.

After this, Not Registered on Network problem should be resolved and your device should display Registered on Network message.

Method 3:

You can also fix Galaxy S7 Not Registered on Network issue by updating your Access Point Name (APN) settings for different network providers. For that,

  1. Go to “Settings“.
  2. Tap on “More Networks“.
  3. Now, tap on “Mobile Networks“.
  4. Tap on “Access Point Names
  5. Here, you’ll see “+” icon or “Add” button. Tap on it and then add the APN data manually. You can get APN settings from your Operator.

Method 4:

You can fix Galaxy S7 Not Registered on Network issue through Radio signal.

  1. Open Dial Pad.
  2. Type (*#*#4636#*#*) in the dial pad. After typing this, you don’t need to press the dial or send button.
  3. As soon as you finish typing, it will automatically prompt for the Service mode. Enter Service mode.
  4. Select “Phone information” or “Device information“.
  5. Now, select “Run Ping Test“.
  6. Here you’ll see a button “Turn Radio Off“. Tap on it. After that your Galaxy S7 will restart.

Method 5:

If none of the above solutions worked for you then now you can reset your network settings. This method is comparatively easy than above mentioned methods but I placed it on the last because in other methods you are not going to lose anything but through this solution you’ll end up losing all your network settings. That is not a problem. All you have to do is to add your WiFi networks again.

  1. Go to “Settings“.
  2. Scroll down and tap on “About device“.
  3. Navigate to “Reset“. Tap on it.
  4. Here, you will see multiple reset options. Find “Reset Network Settings” and tap on it.
  5. After that it will ask you for permission. Grant a permission.
  6. Restart your device.

If you have resolved this issue through any other method which is not mentioned here then let us know, we’ll add your method here too. Let us know if none of these methods worked for you and you have queries regarding how to fix Galaxy S7 Not Registered on Network. We will help you out.

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