I have been using my SIM for both purposes. When I talk on the phone, I take it out of the modem and insert it into my cell, then I insert it back in the modem. For the past three days, im not having any trouble with using it my cell.. but whenever i use it in the modem, connection keeps getting lost.. I cant download a movie or anything because connection keeps getting lost.. sometimes 5 times in 5 minutes, sometimes 3 times in half an hour.. but I never had such problems before, and no, there is nothing wrong with my internet line... its the SIM.. What can I do??? :(
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The "Enter PUK code" message means that the SIM card is blocked. ... Simply insertthe SIM card into the back of your phone or make sure that the SIM card ... on you may receive this message because your phone has not yet been Activated.
try to clean sim points or scratch them slightly try with an other sim card. you may have to go to service center and if you can do it your self you should must have repairing tools and knowledge then dis assamble you mobile phone and read all solutions here Nokia C1-01 insert sim solutions
If your phone is not accepting any other sim card, then it means the phone is sim card secured lock or protected, there are some phones that do not accept any other kind of sim card apart from that which they are made for.
For instance a phone made for vodafone purposes cannot accept etisalat sim cards, it will only accept vodafone sim card. Therefore that is what you are facing with the phone.
Take not, if you insert similar kind of sim you were iniially using, it will accept it.
That is why you cannot use another kind of sim on the phone.
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Always switch the device off and disconnect the charger before removing the battery. The SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting, or removing the card. 1. Press and slide the back cover towards the bottom of the phone, and remove it (1). 2. Remove the battery (2). 3. Insert the SIM card into the holder with the contact surface facing down (3). 4. Insert the battery (4), and replace the back cover (5). Remove the SIM card
Press the release spring (1), and slide out the SIM card (2).
A SIM card or Subscriber Identity Module is a portable memory chip used in some models of cellular telephones. The SIM card makes it easy to switch to a new phone by simply sliding the SIM out of the old phone and into the new one. The SIM holds personal identity information, cell phone number, phone book, text messages and other data. It can be thought of as a mini hard disk that automatically activates the phone into which it is inserted.
A SIM card can come in very handy. For example, let's say your phone runs out of battery power at a friend's house. Assuming you both have SIM-based phones, you can remove the SIM card from your phone and slide it into your friend's phone to make your call. Your carrier processes the call as if it were made from your phone, so it won't count against your friend's minutes.
If you upgrade your phone there's no hassle involved. The SIM card is all you need. Just slide it into the new phone and you're good to go. You can even keep multiple phones for different purposes. An inexpensive phone in the glove compartment, for example, for emergency use, one phone for work and another for home. Just slide your SIM card into whatever phone you wish to use.
High-end cell phones can be very attractive and somewhat pricey. If you invest in an expensive phone you might want to keep it awhile. Using a SIM card, it is even possible to switch carriers and continue to use the same phone. The new carrier will simply issue you their own SIM card. The phone must be unlocked, however, and operate on the new carrier's frequency or band.
When it's not inserted properly, it displays insert .You will need to insert the sim card properly so that the message won't come up again..
This is a problem with the sim card. Return the sim card to the mobile provider and make a formal complain so a new card can be issued to you. When sim cards get scratched or bent to an extent they get spoilt. Also if the card has been in use for a long time it begins to malfunction as wear and tear begins to reflect on it. Hope this solution has been helpful?
IF U ARE USING THE SAME CARRIER AS BEFORE (ATT FOR EXAMPLE) IT WONT NEED UNLOCKED. IF U WERE GIVEN A NEW SIM CARD FROM UR CARRIER WHEN THE NEW PHONE WAS BOUGHT, THEN YOU WILL HAVE TO USE THE SIM CARD. THE CARRIER ATTACHES THE SIM CARD NUMBER TO UR ACCOUNT. YOUR OLD ONE CAN BE USED ONLY TO ACCESS YOUR CONTACTS, BUT NOT TO MAKE CALLS.YOU CAN HOWEVER PUT THE OLD SIM CARD IN UR NEW PHONE FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF TRANSFERRING UR CONTACTS, THEN REPLACE YOUR NEW SIM CARD INTO UR NEW PHONE