My pnone say ther is no sims card when it is really in. i take it out and re-install it and it works for a while and goes back to doing the same thing. now i can't get it to work at all. my sims works fine in my old phone.
There are two possible reasons why this problem is happening.
(1) Either there is dirt of some sort blocking your sim card to your phone.
(2) Or....The clip that holds the sim card in place has moved or wasn't installed correctly and is not make the proper connection with the pins.
Otherwise I would just take the phone back to the service provider and explain what is happening. I'm pretty sure that they will first want to try a new sim card, or another sim card. Hopefully that fails and you get a brand new phone.
Hope this helps.
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I think the Chinese version doesn't have 3G or WLAN. So you need to have 2G coverage in your area. Other than that, it should be OK. You need a legitimate UK sim card and an account with a mobile phone network. I could be wrong though.
There is a small hole on the top of the phone near the lock button. Insert a thin strong object firmly into this hole. I suggest a paperclip or pin. This should cause the tray to pop out just a little so you can grab it with your fingers
There are several possibilities here. Has the sim card been activated for another provider? Has it been activated for your pnone's provider? Have you installed it correctly? Has it been damaged or scratched in any way, especially the gold contacts? Does it work in another phone from the same provider? Is your phone locked to a provider that is not the same as your sim? If the answer to all these questions is no, and you bought your phone and sim card from the same provider, take it back to them for an exchange.
I too have had the "no sim card installed message. What has always worked for me is to go into settings and put the phone into airplane mode for about ten seconds and then switch back to regular mode which causes the phone to reconnect to the ATT network. The sim message goes away. This is also a good fix for when your phone isn't connecting to 3G or showing an "E" instead of 3G.