How to fix Mobile network not available Error in Android Phones

How to fix Mobile network not available in android smartphones

Network problems are a common cause of problems in Android devices. Commonly you may see your Android device has lost its network connection. This is quite frustrating and requires a lot of time to regain network connection. This may happens due to some applications installed on your android phones or may be due to unnecessary files in your mobile phones. In this article, we are going to tell you how to fix Mobile Network Not Available Error. Let’s get started.

 How To Fix Mobile Network Not Available Error

You must turn off the phone first, remove the cache files and stop the Apps your recently installed or that app who is countineously sending you notification and working behind the screen, then remove SIM cards and battery, and then reinsert them. Hopefully it will solve your problem. Mobile network error may be due to signal jamer devices installed nearby you. You can change the place and it will be fixed.

If it still does not work then you can use the following methods.

Method 1: 

You can use this method to access the internet via any android device. Go to “settings”, “wireless and networks”, “mobile networks”, “network operators”, and select “manual”.

Restart the android phone to fix this problem.

 Method 2: 

You should keep your battery charged because it is a battery. Overheating causes the battery to become unusable or faulty.

 Method 3:

You can force a specific connection type (cell tower) on your Android device using a special code. Here's how to do it:

Open the dialer pad on your phone and type *#*4636*#*. A new testing menu will appear.

Click on Phone Information.

Firstly, scroll down and click on Network information to check the network settings on your phone.

Now, you can choose from various networks like "4G only," "LTE only," "LTE/UMTS auto" etc.

You can try switching between different wireless network connections to see if one works. If none of them work, you need to switch it back to the default network type.

Method 4:

Your mobile network has been severely damaged, so you should contact your network provider before performing a factory reset. Factory resets can be the last step in getting your mobile phone working again. Your network provider can also check your SIM card or suggest another SIM card if it's not working correctly. You can contact them using the customer support number on the back of your phone.

Method 5:

You must do a factory reset on your phone. To do this follow these steps:

  • Press and hold the home and volume up keys until you see the Android logo appear.
  • Press the power button twice to turn the phone off.
  • When you see the Android logo on the screen, press and hold the volume down and power buttons for a few seconds to confirm your action.
  • Press the power button once again to start the factory reset process.
  • Select the “Erase everything” option and confirm the operation by pressing the power button.
  • Your phone will reboot shortly after this and you will have to set up your phone from scratch again.

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