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It's a simple problem you can solve this problem if you follow this simple steps. Go to menu there you select the contact after that search for the copy option in the contact after finding the copy option there you can find a number of option that option may be copy from phone to SIM and SIM card to phone select SIM card to phone after this you will get another option select one by one or all you can select any option you like then you will get copyed to the phone memory then delete all contact in the SIM memory.After this you can move contact from old phone to new phone.
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there must be fault in your screen. you should change your screen display of yout phone. this will fix your problem.contact your servicemen to do this.format your phone after changing your display screen.
you may need to try another sim card in the phone. if this does the same thing with a new sim card or and alternative one you will need to contact the company you purchased your phone from if under warranty as the sim card bay maybe be defective and causing a short circuit in the phone. hope this helps
It means that the phone cant read the simm card. So the first thing to do is to remove the sim card and see if it looks damaged in any way. If you can borrow another for testing. Examine the contacts to see if any look damaged or worn inside the phone. If all looks good put the sim (or borrowed one) back into the phone. Try start it up, if it works then yay if it does'nt then noo. If it does not work after that its likely a fractured board and its toast. good luck.
yeah sounds like it it is normally set to 00000000 thats the default security code for samsung phones or sometimes 12345 if that doesnt work ya need to get in contact wit the person ya got it off and ask if they know it.
Have you tried the SIM card in another phone? If you haven't I would suggest that you try this. If the same thing happens in another phone to me that would suggest a problem with the SIM card and I would suggest that you contact your network provider to send out a new SIM card.
If the same thing doesn't happen then could be an issue with the phone. I would suggest then that you contact your phones manufacturer to see about a repair.
without noticing you might of done a restore factory settings or formated your memory card before or someone else has with you memory card as for your sim where did you save the contacts to because you cant save them to memory card then change phones