HI, IVE HAD NOKIA FOR ABOUT 6 MONTHS NOW AND NEVER HAD A PROBLEM UNTIL LAST NIGHT. I PICKED UP MY PHONE UP AND IT HAD SIM CARD REGISTRATION FAILED, THERE IS ALSO NO SIGNAL OR NETWORK COVERAGE. IN THE TIME IVE OWNED THE NOKIA WHICH WAS ORIGINALLY ON VODEPHONE, I HAD IT UNLOCKED TO ALL NETWORKS AND HAS BEEN FINE. CAN YOU HELP PLEASE? IVE RUNG MY NETWORK 02AND THEY HAVE SAID THE PHONE IS NOT BLOCKED. I THINK I WAS TAPPING IT ON MY HAND BEFORE THE MESSAGE CAME UP, I HOPE YOU CAN HELP OTHERWISE ITS TO THE PHONE SHOP FOR REPAIR.
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Re: NOKIA N95 8 PROBLEMS
Try out different sim card to check phone's proper function. Because the message "SIM CARD REGISTRATION FAILED" is due to network problem or sim card problem. Hope it works. Don't hesitate to contact me again if it doesn't solve the problem. Thanks
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In this case take out the sim card and try in the other handset, If it works then there is a problem in you're Handheld (You need to walk into the service center to get it repaired), If it did not work you need to contact you're service provider for the Duplicate sim card.
The default security code for Nokia is 12345 IMEI: 359568011016758 Master code: 4444376533 Close all applications on your phone. With your phone switched ON, remove the battery. Then remove the SIM card. Replace the battery without the SIM card and switch your phone on. Type in the security codes (any code) until the phone request the Master code, when it does, leave your phone still, don’t use it for 15 minutes, then type in the Master code. This is the code needed to reset the Security code, nothing else, and it’s for your phone only. If it does not request the Master code, your phone will have to be connected to a computer and an unlock box to restore the Security code.
The sim card holder is too loose on a lot of new Nokia phones. Place some folded paper (3,4,5,6 times) between the sim card and the sim card holder. It should fix it. I have an E65 and had this problems for two days after buying it. Since I fixed it 3 months ago, never had this problem again.
Hope it works for you too.
we got the same problem as before, i hope my experience shall help you, you have to try this...
(1) check the sim card metal connectors on your phone, may be it has dirt, rub it using an eraser but do not use excessive force, the same thing you have to do with your sim card connectors...
SIM Card Registration failed, means your SIM card serial number does not exist in your SIM provider's Server.
Generally when a SIM not used for a long period (About 6 months or any fix duration by SIM provider), the company remove that SIM card serial number from server.
In some cases if your SIM is new then it might not be activated by company, so you can ask regarding this the customer care of your SIM provoider.