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My phone display inactive sim ?i brought the phone few days ago

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Try turning the phone off then waiting 30 seconds to turn it back...

then try removing the back and the battery and making sure the SIM sits firm and snug in it's holder / groove

Then look for a white pink or blue squarish shiny sticker under the back close to the battery... this is your liquid damage indicator and if it is any other color then white it means it's been in water...

If all else fails, bring it back t the store as almost every phone company (especially ones using SIM cards which would be AT&T and Sprint as far as I know) offer a 30 return policy no questions asked, however if you explain the problem they will be more then happy to fix it for you...

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Inactive sim is usually related to your SIM Card, you should try reinserting your SIM card again, to see if it works, or simply insert your current SIM card into another phone to check if there is any service. should both failed. It should be your SIM card problem, you can contact your service provider or carrier to have a replacement SIM.

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Hi Friend,
Kindly note down the below steps,

Unlock Method for SAMSUNG PROPEL A767. No Cables or Software Needed.

1. Turn mobile phone on with unaccepted sim BUT NOT FULLY INSERTED (only push it half way into sim slot).

2. Insert unaccepted sim to phone (push the sim fully into the sim slot).

3. Input *2767*3855# and phone will reboot and will be temporarily unlocked.

4. Input *7465625*638*00000000*00000000#

5. Input #7465625*638*00000000#

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Allow phone to completely boot up to Wrong SIM screen. B. Enter from Wrong SIM Screen *#7465625# to confirm lock status C. Scroll through Interrogate Screen 1. Network lock - Active (this is the one you'll be deactivating)
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7. Auto network lock - inactive
8. Auto subset lock - inactive
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12. Phone lock - inactive D. Push "C" button under navigation button to clear Interrogate screen back to Wrong SIM
screen E. From the Wrong SIM screen enter the following: *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# Those are two series of eight zeros. The phone will not show the zeros but will show dashes in their place. Phone may make a small tone and at the bottom of the screen it will read "Network Personalized" or perhaps "Network Already Personalized" F. Now input the following from whatever screen shows up: #7465625*638*00000000# (again this is a series of eight zeros) Phone may make small tone and will read "Network Lock Deactivated" G. Turn off phone
H. Re-start the handset and allow it to reboot.
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8. Auto subset lock - inactive
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