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Fix Networking Problem with Korean Version of S4

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Fix not registered on network for Korean version of Galaxy S4?

I tried a Factory Reset and all those methods already explained by others but still the problem persists. It shows the network but no service. At first it says invalid IMEI but now it shows no service. No mobile network detected, can't roam, etc.

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I got this problem but my phone is not a Korean version?

Not registering on network but my version is not a Korean version

This can be caused by the following factors:

  • a SIM card that goes out of order. You can check it by plugging the same SIM card into another phone. Replace the SIM card at the office of the carrier or online;
  • the SIM card is not inserted well. Take the SIM card out and put it back so that it is seated snugly and well;
  • the SIM card was cut out improperly when adjusting the size. Replace the SIM card;
  • the smartphone is locked to a carrier. Run this application to see if your phone is locked to a carrier (in "Manufacturer/brand");
  • you are out of the coverage area with a selected network mode. Check the coverage map of the carrier and move into it or change the network mode in "Apps" > "Settings" > "Connections" > "More networks" > "Mobile networks" > "Network mode";
  • hard-reset the smartphone by following our tutorial on how to reset a Samsung Galaxy smartphone;
  • finally, bring the smartphone to a Samsung service center.
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