How to Fix ‘Mobile Network Not Available’ on Samsung Galaxy Smartphone

Posted by David Covington on February 25, 2015

There have been some reported issues with the Samsung Galaxy. Some of them have a problem with a message showing up on the device saying “Mobile Network Not Available.” This issue has been a problem on the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5 and probably on the Samsung Galaxy S6 will show “Mobile Network Not Available” if the trend continues. There are several reason that the “Mobile Network Not Available” error message shows up includes network problems, faulty SIM card, incorrect configuration of phone settings or a major glitch in the system. The following will explain how to fix mobile network not available on a Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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Factory Reset Device
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  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Select Backup and Reset.
  3. Then choose Factory Data reset.


Update Android Software 

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Select About device.
  3. Select Software update.
  4. Choose check for update.
  5. Install the latest update.


Modify Settings

  1. Go to the dial pad.
  2. Now dial (*#*#4636#*#*).
  3. Select click phone/device information.
  4. Select Run ping test.
  5. Select GSM Auto (PRL) from the list.
  6. Tap on Click Turn off radio.
  7. Restart the smartphone.


Adjust Network Settings

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Select Wireless and Networks.
  3. Select Mobile Networks.
  4. Select Network Operators.
  5. Select mobile network to manually.
  6. Restart the smartphone.



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