Have you come across an issue while using Verizon, such as “Not registered on network?” It’s possible that your smartphone went into airplane mode, which prevented it from establishing a connection to the Verizon cellular station. There’s also the possibility that the SIM card you have for Verizon was not appropriately put (oops!). Let’s investigate a few different options and find out which one best suits your needs.
Check out the mini-guide below to help you fix the Verizon issue that says “Not registered on network.”
To get started with this solution, you will need to launch the dialer and continue with the instructions provided below:
- In order to make a phone call, dial the number *#*#4636#*#*.
- Switch to the Service mode.
- To access the Device information/ Phone information menus, select the top choice.
- After that, select the “Run Ping test” option.
- At the very bottom of this screen, you will be able to see the radio button choice.
- Check to see if it is turned on or off. To put on the radio, use the button that is located next to it.
- There will be a notification asking you to restart the device.
- Simply tapping the reboot button will cause your phone to begin the restarting process. After everything has been finished, check to see whether the issue still exists.
Try re-inserting your Verizon SIM card. Launch the SIM tray’s opening tool, remove the SIM card, and examine it. Check to see if it has not been damaged. In that case, you should get in touch with your carrier about getting a replacement. Everything should be fine in no time!
To successfully update your device, follow these steps:
- Head to Settings.
- Check to see if any software versions have been made available; update your device if there’s a new version.
If you are using an older device, you might want to try this:
- Go to the Settings menu.
- Reach the bottom of the page and choose the most recent Software Update.
- Please wait for it to finish updating and reboot before contacting support.
Have you ever had a problem with Verizon? In such a case, what was the problem, and how did you solve it?
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