Change carrier on Galaxy A10 can be done automatically or manually. Changing network provider will also trigger the phone to search for the new network to connect. But there are instances when the transition does not happen smoothly. Thus, a manual scanning needs to be done. Continue reading as we walk you through on how to change carrier on your Samsung Galaxy A10 device after switching to a different network service provider.
Just recently switched to another service provider and the mobile service isn’t available on your Galaxy A10? Either it did not automatically connect to the new carrier network or there’s something interfering with the phone from connecting to the new carrier network, all you need to do is to manually change the carrier from your phone’s settings menu. Read on to know how.
How to Change Carrier on Galaxy A10
- Swipe the screen upward from the main screen.
- Select the Settings option.
- Tap on Connections.
- Scroll to and select Mobile networks.
- Scroll down and tap Network operators to select.
- Tap Select Manually.
- Tap Network operators. You will then be prompted with the list of network carrier. Find your network service provider, then select.
Your phone will then try to register to your chosen network. In case your Galaxy A10 is still unable to connect to your new network, make sure that phone is unlocked (which means you’re able to use it with different network service providers), and your service is fully activated by your new service provider. You can also contact your network to verify the status of your account.
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And that’s how you change carrier on your Galaxy A10. If you know someone who just switched to another service provider but mobile service isn’t available, feel free to share this post. Please show us your support by subscribing to our YouTube channel. We regularly post video tutorials and troubleshooting guides for smartphones. Don’t forget to hit the bell icon! Thanks for reading!