How to Fix Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network or No Service Error

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“You can complain because rose bushes have thorns or rejoice that thorn bushes have roses.” Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are one of the best phones of 2017 without any doubt. Th.e Korean giant rightly boasts about the Infinity Display on both Galaxy S8/S8+, the display is crisp and gives stunning user experience This duo will definitely help people forget about the debacle of Galaxy Note 7. So far, the reviews are suggesting that Samsung has done a great job.

But, despite, all these great features of Galaxy S8/S8+ this pair is not spared from some thorns. Right after the first update, users had to face “DQA Keeps Stopping Error” and then the red tint issue which Samsung claims that was blown out the proportion. However, DQA keeps stopping error is fixed by a small update which was pushed by Samsung earlier this week. There is an another notorious error of No Service or Not Registered on Network. This error is very common in Android phones.

You are here because you faced the same error and was searching for a fix. Well, you are in right place and by following our guide on How to Fix Galaxy S8 not registered on Network you will be able to overcome this error. We have compiled a list of possible fixes which will fix your Galaxy S8 not registered on Network issue. No service on Galaxy S8/S8+ or Galaxy S8/S8+ not registered on network are nearly the same problems. By trying our fixes, you will be able to fix this issue.

How to Fix Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network

How to Fix Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network or No Service Error

Fix1 – Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network

First, try to reset your network settings. This action will reset your network and mobile data settings. To do so, go to Settings >> About Device >> Reset. Here tap on Reset Network Settings and then Tap on Reset  Settings button. After that a warning “This action cannot be undone” will be shown. If you are certain to perform this action, then tap Reset Settings again. It will reset your Network Settings. Once done, reboot the device and see if the not registered on Network error is gone.

Fix2 – Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network

A lose SIM Card is quite common nowadays and this results in No service or not registered on network error. Make sure that your SIM Card is properly fit in the tray if you have a very old SIM Card try replacing it with a new one. Once you are sure that SIM Card is fitted perfectly, restart your phone and see if the error is gone.

Fix3 – Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network

Many devices now a day’s comes with carrier restriction. So, we recommend that you try SIM Card of another Carrier. If this removes the error not registered on network then it means you cannot use the SIM Card of your current carrier. It might require phone unlocking and get it free from Carrier restrictions.

Fix4 – Galaxy S8 Not Registered on Network

Simply go to Settings >> Connections >> Mobile Networks >> Network Mode, here Change the network mode to LTE/3G/2G (auto connect). Reboot the phone and see if the error is fixed.

We hope that the above fixes for Galaxy S8 not registered on network will work for you. Please drop us a comment if our tutorial helped you.