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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
finally found the fix for this problem..
i had the same problem -
when you are the welcome screen align section
continue holding your stylus on the marker until marker moves to the next location
and continue this process with all four corners and the screen will go past the tap align screen
enjoy, glad i came across another forum for this problem
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
its a hard ware issue try putting a piece of paper over ur sim card to press it against the pins on the phone sometimes it gets loosen and does not detect sim cards or try restting the device as follows else go for service centre help but try these solutions first
hard rest factory default settings = when ur set is switched off press both buttons call and end key and then press power button on upside of pda for like 5 sec screen will appear asking to format all data take out ur card if u dont want to format that now confirm by pressing the centre action button in 4 side joystick and go
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
I posted a little too early. There was one other trick I've used and I guess I should have started with that. The problem is indeed related to the SIM not getting enough downward pressure on the contacts to be recognized.
So I took a small strip of paper, about 3/8" by 1 1/4". I folded it three times. When you fold it one end will be closed and the other end will have the two edges of the paper that can open up. Using the open end will make it harder to slide under the bracket. So you will want to take the closed end and gently side it above the SIM card underneath the silver metal bracket that holds the SIM in place.
I used a post-it note as the paper but anything will do. It was working with just a double thickness but I wanted to be sure so I moved up to three layers. Depending on the tolerances of your phone you might be able to only do double layer and still be able to slide it in. Or you might need to go to four layers.
I hope this solves it for you.
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Posted on May 15, 2009
SOURCE: tmobile wing no signal
I have 3. suggestions for you:
1.You should do a "HARD" reset to get everything back to factory (warning: you will lose all of you saved information on the phone.)
2. Go into setting and set the "Network" settings to manual, then ask the phone to search for your Network.
3. Could also be a Tower issue. Call T-Mo and ask if they can chack signals and switch you to a different Tower.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
Yep I agree with the paper trick. My SIM card was not being recognized so after resetting my phone AND getting a new SIM card I finally folded up a small piece of tissue and pushed the cover down until I heard a little click and locked it as much as I could. Seems to work now! Hooray! Simple, but seems like a common problem with this phone.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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