Question about Cell Phones
This sounds like a software problem but it also could be a hardware problem.
Does the phone have the same problem when you start it without any simcard in the phone?
If yes I would advise to take it to Samsung service shop if you still have warranty. Another possibility is flashing the phone yourself. You can use SRS (unlocksamsungonline.com) to do this (I don't know any other service who offers this). Then you just follow the unlock procedure which includes updating your firmware and finally also unlocking it.
If that does not work it is a hardware problem.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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