Here I fix Insert SIM Card and Not Registered On Network error on Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, S3, S2, note and other Android phones. Insert SIM card error and Not Registered On Network occurred in many phones and smart phones like Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, BlackBerry and other Samsung phones. The problem is when you try to call or use internet, the error says “Insert SIM card” or “Not Registered On Network“. When you trying to open Mobile Networks, it’s say “Insert SIM card to access network services?“. I was already founded the easiest way to fix Not Registered On Network and it’s working for me. But there are tons of users still fascinating Not Registered On Network Error, so I will trying to fix these type of errors and that will solve your problems.
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How To Fix Insert SIM card and Not Registered On Network Error
Before use below steps, first Power Off your device for 2 minutes and then start it, many times it’s working.
First go to Settings.
Then go to Wireless and networks.
Tap the Mobile Networks.
Now Press the Power Button and Home Button for 15 Seconds. Your Smartphone automatically blink with black screen, don’t worry about it, it’s safe.
After some seconds, your phone will automatically reboot. That’s It, problem solved.
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