Question about Samsung Blackjack SGH-I607 Smartphone
I read that if you remove the SIM and battery for a long time, it should restore your connection. i'm trying it now myself.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
The only thing I can really think of is that ATT might be going through a transition right now from Edge to 3G.
The other option is to have a new sim card burned for your number. Call ATT, if need be put your sim card in another phone and call them, and have them burn you a new one. Does your sim card work in another persons phone?
Blackjack 2 is a windows mobile device 6 and it might need reflashed (set it back up). If there is no physical damage (you know no water damage, just has a few scratches, take it back to the store. you have 30 days to take it back, upgrade or new, its 30 days
I know this is not a fixya, but the only thing i could think of. try your sim in another device before u do anything
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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