Question about Lands Phones
I was getting the same message after charging the phone and powering it back up. I do not remember ever touching the Simm card but somehow I had entered it with the 45 degree corner cut-off viewable after insertion which is the wrong orientation. The end of the card with the corner cut-off is inserted first and will become hidden from view.
Another suggestion is to take a thing swab of alcohol and clean off both the Simm card contacts as will as the round contacts in the phone. Make sure you gently blow dry the contacts with non-heated air before replacing the Simm card and battery. I think the real issue all along was contacts slightly covered with a film that was making the phone think it lacked a Simm card altogether.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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