Hi i have changed my sim in phone its works but when i switch on it comes up with logo of previous provider? linked to main screen bottom right still has vodafone live which i cant get rid of any ideas please
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down the power switch at the top and the main selection button at the
bottom. After a few seconds a new screen should come up that allows for
shutdown should you slide the slider to the right. DO NOT SLIDE THE
POWER OFF. Keep holding the two buttons down. Wait until the silver
apple logo comes on the screen. At this point you may release the two
buttons. Continue to wait while the iPhone reboots. Once the iPhone
finishes booting the "No Sim" message should be gone and you should see
bars again. No new sim card or reactivation required!
try this solution, follow these steps:
1. switch on your phone and as soon as it shows the nokia logo, quickly remove the battery
( note that you should remove the battery before the screen blinks)
2. continue this process for at least 7 times.
3.your problem will be solved.
4. if not then you should try to re-program your phone softwares.
5. plz leave good feedback.. thanks...
Hi Friend, Initially u have remove the sim card and the battery. Once u have removed insert only the battery and put to charge for 10 to 15 mins. then remove the mobile from charger and insert the sim card. Now after 30 sec switch it on.U will be able to do the process
I had this problem. It was down to a small build up of static. I switched the phone off, removed the card, cleaned both it and the receiver slot, replaced the card, switched the phone back on and, hey presto, it now works fine.
Tell me, do you have an "m" symbol on your main screen, just to the left of the battery strength indicator?
This is the logo for HSDPA (High Speed Data Packet Application). this means that your phone is in a HSDPA coverage area. Most of the new generation phones have HSDPA, and you will note that this logo will change from suburb to suburb. It will change to 2G symbol, normal GSM signal symbol and no network symbol as you drive around. Check your phone manual. It will be on your "key" for your display.
weel I suggest you select a main sim on sim menu. Put your simcard in the left side if you have dual sim slot then open the cellphone, go to menu and select sim switch, then select the main switch. it will automatically restart your cellphone. after that you wait and see good signal bar and your operator logo what ever it is. now its ok. hope it will help you......