Question about Nokia N73 Cellular Phone
When the message sim card registration failed comes up it is usually as a result of one of 2 things the first being that the phone has not recognized the sim card due to an improper fixing or the sim card has become faulty. Simply try the sim on a different mobile device to determine if the sim card is still good.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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If after trying the above and the problem continues,i'll advice you get a new battery,it might be the battery panel
Posted on Mar 02, 2012
Iam using Spice D-88n GSM/CDMA Dual Mode cell phone.
cdma is working properly but in gsm if we insert any gsm sim it is showing sim card registration fail.
pls help me out with dis prlm...
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
Factory resetting the phone will do absolutely nothing with this problem
There are 3 causes of Sim Card Registration Failed, when you first turn on the phone, the sim card attempts to connect to the network if it can not do this it gives a message like Sim Card Registration failed.
1, The sim card is turned off (is it Orange) if you have had the sim card for a while and it hasnt been used they will turn it off, you need to contact them from another phone to get it turned on or get a new sim card.
2, The phone has a hardware reception problem, when it attempts to register itself with the network it can not... There is a reception problem and it requires repairs, this isnt really an easy diy job on this handset.
3, The phone is blocked, i.e reported lost or stolen. Some networks when a phone is reported will allow it to get reception but will not let it make calls, however other networks will not give it reception at all and hence you get a Sim Card Registration failed message.
I hope this helps, these are the causes of the message.
Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: sim card reg failed in my 6630
confirm that your phone is not locked to a particular network carrier especially if you desire to change sim card operator.
if this were so, you will need to unlock your handset first before re-inserting your sim card into your handset.
third way out is to flash your phone.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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