Question about Motorola Mobility i776 Cell Phone
Take the sim card out and make sure that it is not bent. Then clean the gold part by rubbing it on your shirt to make sure that there is no dust on it. If you can reach the contacts on the phone, rub your clean finger on them a couple of times to make sure that it's clean too (compressed air is best if you have it). There is only one way that a sim card can go in properly, so make sure that you put it back in right (most phones have a picture of a sim card close to where the sim slides in as a guide). If you are sure that the sim isn't damaged and you have it in correctly, and it still doesn't work, you probably need a new one.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try taking SIM and battery out placing it back in an powering on.
If you try this and it still does not work you may need a new SIM card. Take it to a local dealer they should have a new SIM they will put your number on it and you will be back in business.
If the new SIM doesn't not work you will now know it is your Phone, which means time for a new one.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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