“MOBILE NETWORK NOT AVAILABLE” error in Android {Fixed}

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What Causes Mobile Network Not Available?

This problem is usually caused due to a lack of reception in your area which can get triggered due to a bad signal, bad coverage or SIM exhaustion.

Before moving to the fixes of the error, check that if the phone is roaming. To check that first of all-

  1. Open the app drawer of your smartphone and click on Settings.
  2. In the settings, find and tap on Mobile Networks.
  3. Then click on Data Roaming.

Also check if the Airplane mode is turned off-

  1. Open the app drawer of your smartphone and click on Settings.
  2. Tap on ‘More Settings’.
  3. Click on ‘Flight Mode’ to check it.

How To fix “Mobile Network Not Available” in Android

If the phone is not Roaming and the Airplane Mode is turned off, then read the article further.

Method-1

Note-This method can be used for every Android Device.

  1. Open the app drawer of your smartphone and click on Settings.
  2. Tap on the setting ‘Wireless and networks’.
  3. Select Mobile Networks.
  4. Now open ‘Network Operators’ and select ‘Select Automaticlly’.

Check that if the issue is solved, if it is still present then proceed to method 2.

Method-2

This issue sometimes also occurs due to a damaged battery. So try changing the battery of your device. If your problem gets solved after doing this then it means that you have a defected battery.

However if the problem persists then, try the next method.

Method-3

If the radio signal is not broadcasted correctly, then it can also cause this problem. So to solve it, follow the instructions given below-

  1. Open the ‘Phone’ app of your smartphone and dial *#*#4636#*#* in the dialer.
  2. You will now get a pop up stating a testing menu.
  3. Select phone/device information.
  4. Afterwards Run Ping Test, and select GSM (PRL) from the drop down list.
  5. Turn off the radio and restart the smartphone.

Method-4

If the issue still persists, then check that if you have Software Updates. To check it, follow the steps below-

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Scroll to the bottom and select ‘About Device‘.
  3. Tap on Software Updates and finally click on ‘Check for Updates’.

If the issue is still present, then there is one more fix that you can try.

Method-5

Note- Back up your data before proceeding with this method.

  1. Open the app drawer of your smartphone and click on Settings.
  2. Scroll and find Backup and Reset and select it.
  3. Tap on Factory Data Reset in order to reset your android device.

 

These steps should have solved your issue. Share this article with people you think should know this. And comment below so that others can see.

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