Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Do you have a factory unlocked iPhone?
If yes, try to toggle the airplane mode on and then off.
Or you can also reset network settings.
Check also the sim, it might have loosely placed..
Let me know if this works or not so I can give you other suggestions.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Insert your thumbnail or fingernail into
the slit and lift the battery cover.
2. Grasp the white pull-tab extending from
the battery pack and pull the battery out
of its compartment.
3. Use your fingernail to carefully pull out
the SIM card tray.
4. Place the SIM card into the tray, with
the gold contacts facing down and the
cut off corner on the top left. Insert the
SIM tray back into the SIM card slot and
push until it clicks into place.
Note: Make sure not to insert the SIM
tray in the opposite direction.
5. Insert the battery, contacts end first, and
gently press into place.
If the tiny type is too hard to read, you can view the manual with a PDF reader at http://www.kyoceramobile.com/hydro-life/Hydro_LIFE_User_Guide_T-Mobile_en.pdf
There is a different manual for the MetroPCS version of the phone, but the SIM card installation is the same.
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