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when you insert your sim card and press ok when it ask you whether you would like to continue in offline mode . once your phone starts go to the settings option and click the master reset or restore factory setting. once restored swtich off your phine without removing the sim card and then switch it on after 5 mins . it should solve your problem
Offline mode means that your phone aint getting any signal from your mobile service provider's BTS. You need to check it from your mobile service provider if there's an ongoing outage, you need to check as well if the sim card is properly inserted. Try powercycling your phone. 1. Turn off your device. 2. Remove the sim, memory card and battery. 3. Wait for at least 2minutes. 4. Plug back the SIM card, memory card and battery. 5. Turn on mobile phone. 6. Check if you are still getting offline mode. 7. If so, try to insert your SIM card to a different phone. 8. If using a different phone for your SIM displays offline mode still,then its your SIM card which is faulty. If it works fine make sure that you inserted the sim properly or the SIM card slot might be faulty.
This problem is called the 'insert sim' problem, there are several possibilities but first of all clean the sim card and the sim card interface on your phone. Next try it with another sim card. If this doesn't solve the problem, you need to go to the mobile repairing shop to get it serviced, or if you have idea in repairing mobile you can refer to this site on how to do jumper tips and tricks for this problem..http://sephonetechnology.blogspot.com/2009/08/nokia-n70-sim-ic-jumper.html Good luck.. and please...-:)