How to Fix “Not Registered on Network” Problem on Samsung Galaxy Devices

People mostly face “Not Registered on Network” problem on their Samsung devices. It is indeed the most common problem in Samsung Galaxy devices. When users update their Smartphones to the latest version, then they face this problem. The IMEI of the phones either changed or broken after they update their smartphones, that’s why they face “Not Registered on Network” problem. If you have updated your smart phone and faces the same problem then don’t worry, because in this tutorial, we will guide you that how to resolve Not Registered on Network problem on your Samsung Galaxy device.

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Requirements:

1:- Your device must be updated to the latest version using Kies or manually.

2:- Your Galaxy Samrtphone must be rooted after you update it to the latest android version.

Here we have two methods to fix Not Registered on Network problem on your Samsung Galaxy device.

Method No 1:-

Here is the step by step guide that how to fix Not Registered on Network problem on your Samsung Galaxy gadget.

Step No 1:- First of all root your device.

Step No 2:- When you root your device then install busy box on it.

Download busy box

BusyBox
Price: Free

Step No 3:- After the installation of busy box download Ariza Patch and then install it on your device.

Download Ariza Patch

Step No 4:- Now from the app drawer, launch the Ariza Patch.

Step No 5:- Now hit the Patch button and you have done.

Method No 2:-

If your problem didn’t resolve with the above mentioned method then try this method.

Step No 1:- First of all root your Samsung Galaxy device and then install the CWM recovery on it.

Step No 2:- Download the proper modem file for your Samsung Galaxy device.

Note: It normally depends upon the region in which are.

  1. Modem File for Samsung Galaxy Note 2
  2. Modem File for Samsung Galaxy S3
  3. Modem File for Samsung Galaxy S4

Step No 3:- Copy the downloaded modem file to the root directory of your Samsung Galaxy internal memory.

Step No 4:- Now switch off your smartphone. Press and hold Volume Up + Home + Power Buttons all together to enter into the recovery mode.

Step No 5:- In the recovery mode perform two actions, Wipe Cache and Format Data.

Step No 6:- Now in the main menu of recovery mode choose the option install zip from sd card and then select the modem.zip file. Here you will see the YES option click on it to flash your device.

Step No 7:- Your Galaxy Smartphone will automatically rebooted when it completed the flashing process.

Hope Not Registered on Network issue will be fixed after following the above mentioned procedure. As always if you face any problem to fix the Not Registered on Network bug then let us know in the comments area below.

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