How to bypass or rest, unlock a password on a Samsung Galaxy s2, s3, s4

Samsung galaxy not registered on network error occurs when you are attempting to make a call or text. Your current Service Provider is not notified of your IMEI number, and then you get this error on the Pop Up Screen ” not registered on a network” don’t worry, we have solved this problem and all the Issues with Android not registered on a network are gone.

This Solution applies to all Android/ Samsung Galaxy Phones
  • Samsung galaxy s3 not registered on network
  • Samsung galaxy s2 not registered on network error
  • Samsung galaxy s3 not registered on network t mobile
  • Samsung galaxy s 4g blaze not registered on network
  • Samsung galaxy s4 not registered on network

How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Not Registered On Network
Method 1

Make sure you are connected to a Wireless connection:
  • >First Get Your Galaxy Up and Running. Charged and ready
  • >Place Your SIM Card in the Phone
  • >Navigate to Settings of your Phone
  • >Scroll Down To the bottom
  • >Select Software Update
  • >Wait For It to reboot and complete the Update
  • >Finished!


Method 2

I found this solution by messing around with my Samsung galaxy phone,
Please follow this method precisely, and if it doesn’t work at first, try doing it over again.
>Turn off your phone by Holding the Power Button and the Home in conjunction
>While the phone is off, wait for 2 minutes.
>After 2 minutes, remove the battery and the SIM card from the phone
> Press the Power button and the home button together for 10 consecutive times.
>Afterwards, hold the power and home key for 1-3 minutes.
>After, insert your SIM card and the battery
>Turn on your Samsung galaxy.
>While your phone is on, remove your SIM card, and then re-insert it. Repeat this five times.
>A message will appear saying that you need to “Restart your Phone”- click it.
>Finally, your Samsung galaxy should boot up with no errors: “error while searching fornetwork, your SIM card does not allow connection for this network and not registered onnetwork”

Method 3

If both of the above method didn’t work, then the problem lies in your SIM Card.
Trying a different SIM card might solve the problem. It worked for most people.

Method 4

Update your APN Settings
Under Wireless and Networks, click Mobile Network > Access Point Names > Click menu, left button from the home key > Select New > Now Enter the require APN settings for your carrier
If you are using T-Mobile enter this
“Name: T-MobileAPN: epc.tmobile. com if you have an LTE Device, you should use: fast.tmobile. com
MMSC: http: //mms.msg.eng.t-mobile. com/mms/wapenc
MMS proxy:
MMS port:
MMS protocol: WAP 2.0
MCC: 310
MNC: 260
Authentication type:
APN type: OR Internet+MMS”
If you are using AT&T ENTER THIS
“Name: AT&TAPN: wap.cingular
Username: wap@cingulargprs. com
Password: cingular1
MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular. com
MMS proxy: wireless.cingular. com
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type:
APN type: default,supl,mms OR Internet
APN Protocol: Leave it on the Default one”

Method 5

Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Network Operators > choice either your ownnetwork or Automatically
If you want to go in-depth with this method, please read full guide here

Method 6

Not registered on network may also occur because the SIM card was not laced correctly, which may cause mobile network not available and error searching for network.


Mobile network settings
>while you are on mobile settings, you have to hold the power button and the home buttonstogether until your device turns off.