Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
Try cleaning your sim tray with ip alcohol i.e, spirit applied after injectionis given by docs , or nail polish remover i.e, acetone.
that should take care of your problem other wise tighten the screws of the phone or loosen it a bit , try with both the permutation combinations that allows for proper sim recognition,
the above should do the needful, otherwise lastly will have to reflash the entire piece to some mobile repairer would hardly takes few minutes and is very cheap too.
even if that doenot solve then the sim tray has to be resoldered or then the sim ic is the culprit only a qualified repairer can do that.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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