Android is popular with both beginners and advanced users for a reason. It’s prone to bugs, though, with its Achilles being the network problems.
If you’re coming back from a long flight, when you’re attempting to make a phone call, you might have seen a text like “Cellular network is not available for phone calls.”
It happens a lot and takes a very short time in most cases. If the problem persists, however, here is a list of things that can cause the message to appear, as well as a list of things that you can do about it.
Why does it happen(Cellular Network is Not Available)?
First and foremost, this error message is a typical result of not having a mobile network signal. Many smartphone designs will show that when this occurs. Nonetheless, it is infamous for Samsung Galaxy devices, especially those that use T-Mobile or Verizon.
Getting this message can be just a slight bug, but if you don’t solve the problem quickly on your own, it might be a sign of a malfunctioning operating system.
In addition to having a bad or no signal, the coverage of your phone, your current location, and an incorrect or corrupted SIM card could cause the problem.
Check Flight Mode:
Make sure not only Flight mode is switched on and prevents you from making phone calls before taking any more advanced steps. Go to your home screen to test this. Instead, push the top of the screen back. One of the required configurations should be flight mode (or airplane mode).
Select A Network Provider:
The mobile will switch the provider of the network when you go overseas. On many devices, the network operator scan is programmed to be automated by default, but some advanced users like to override this feature and manually execute the query.
If you belong to the second group, you may have forgotten to select an operator or the phone won’t let you do it because it won’t be able to update its location.
Whatever the case, you may want to set up your phone to check for the network automatically. On most Android devices, here’s how to do it:
- Go to the list “Menu.”
- Tap “Wireless Networks.”
- Search “Mobile Networks.”
- Type “Operators of the network.”
- Click “Select Automatically”
Change The Battery:
Batteries on Android devices can get very easily fried because your mobile produces heat while being used constantly and for a long time. It can also harm the battery by keeping the mobile on the charger longer than necessary.
If the battery of your mobile can be replaced, try this method. When you think your battery is fried, consider taking your mobile to an authorized repair store.
A power cycle will solve the problem you are having, as it can reboot and recover the network provider link. If your phone’s battery is disabled, this is a perfect way to fix bugs. You need to switch off your device, remove the SIM card and the battery to power the cycle. Only bear in mind that this should be handled as carefully as possible.