Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Try to copy it from another SIM card into your phone (the SIM card is supposed to be from the same network as the one that does not have the service center anymore) and when you insert the SIM card that has erased it, copy it there...it's kind of easy, but be careful, some easy mistakes like this can destroy the SIM card...
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Problems sending or receiving SMS may be caused by no or incorrect SMS settings. To set up your phone to use SMS, you need a message centre number, which is provided by your network operator. This is often set up automatically when inserting a new SIM card to a phone. Whiteout the message centre number, you are not able to send or receive SMS.
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To add a service centre number provided by your network operator:
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