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I bought a used S6 recently and after a month I got the, "Not registered on network" message. My solution was to cut two pieces of tape that was just a little smaller then the SIM card. This seemseemed to create enough pressure for the phone to recognize the SIM card and log me onto the network.
I bought a used S6 recently and after a month I got the, "Not registered on network" message. My solution was to cut two pieces of tape that was just a little smaller then the SIM card. This seemseemed to create enough pressure for the phone to recognize the SIM card and log me onto the network.
 
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I bought a used S6 recently and after a month I got the, "Not registered on network"network" message. My solution was to cut two pieces of taketape that was just a little smaller then the SIM card. This seem to create enough preseurepressure for the phone to recognize the SIM card and log me onto the network.
I bought a used S6 recently and after a month I got the, "Not registered on network"network" message. My solution was to cut two pieces of taketape that was just a little smaller then the SIM card. This seem to create enough preseurepressure for the phone to recognize the SIM card and log me onto the network.
 
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Original post by: Twist456 ,

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I bought a used S6 recently and after a month I got the, "Not registered on network". My solution was to cut two pieces of take that was just smaller then the SIM card. This seem to create enough preseure for the phone to recognize the SIM card and log me onto the network.

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