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No network i got my samsung sgh t219 from a friend and it says no network and i tried to search for network and it says no network but the sim works in a different phone what do i do

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There's a good chance that the SIM card that you're trying to use is incompatible with the phone. Some companies use GSM, and some use CDMA. If your phone can only use the other of the two, you won't get on the network. 
I hope that clarifies it for you a little.
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