Question about Cell Phones
the problem isn't from your Sim card, but from your Sim card slot. When you insert your Sim card, the phone is not recognizing or observing that there is a Sim inserted because the Sim card slot is not contacting the phone board. There is no contact between the Sim slot and the phone board and this must have occurred when you took the Sim off the phone. The Sim slot may have been pulled out from the phone board.
Get a phone screw driver, open the phone in order to gain access the the Sim slot, use a soldering iron to join back the Sim slot to the phone and couple back the phone.
Once this is done, the phone should recognize your Sim card again. But if you cannot do it yourself, you can take it to the nearest repairman to fix the Sim slot for you.
I hope you understand the above.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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