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No service or Network error is one of the common problems for Phone can’t make calls or SMS sending issues. Here are the tips to fix not registered on network error Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo. Sometimes while you trying to call someone, you can see No service or Not registered on network in the notification bar.
There are several reasons for occurring this Network error issue such as poor network signal, faulty SIM card, carrier issue and also see No service while turn on Aeroplane mode in your Samsung S9 and other Oreo devices. Try below given different troubleshooting methods to fix not registered on network error Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus devices.
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How to fix not registered on network error Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus
Apply below given four different methods to fix galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus network error issue.
1st Method: Remove the SIM card and insert again
Make sure SIM card inserted properly in your S9 & S9 plus devices. Try taking the SIM card out and restart your device. Now put it back to your galaxy S9. If SIM card blocked, you can see Not registered on network S9 plus. Also, check your sim card, try another sim and if it still doesn’t work than its problem a faulty sim reader.
Check network signal strength
If in your S9 week signal or poor network signal strength, you can’t make a phone call or service error message shown on the screen. To fix Samsung S9’s poor network signal issues, find a nearby place with a good network signal.
2nd Method: Set Network settings automatically to fix not registered on network error Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus
Settings > Connection > Mobile data (networks) > Network Operators > select automatically
Make sure to turn off Aeroplane mode in your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo devices. While enabling Aeroplane mode S9 & S9 plus, you can see the “No service” message on the screen. And you can’t make a phone call or other network-related work.
4th Method: Reset Network settings to fix Samsung S9 Not register on network error
It will reset all network settings in your Galaxy S9 and S9 plus including Wi-Fi, mobile data and Bluetooth.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap on the settings gear icon in galaxy S9 & S9 plus
Step 2: Tap General management
Step 3: Tap Reset under the reset section
Here you can reset settings, reset network settings and factory data reset settings.
Step 4: Tap Reset network settings
Step 5: Press Reset settings button
Step 6: Again tap on Reset settings
Now reboot you’re Samsung S9 & S9 plus and check to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 plus not registered on network problem.
End the list of possible solutions to fix not registered on network error Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo. Do you have any other tips you want to share with us? Let me know in the comment section below.