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Your problem could come from 3 sources.
 
The first one is a software problem: just try to make restore with iTunes.
 
The second one is:could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. So you haven't fithave to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you put your antenna cable on the antenna connectortrap inside.
The second one is:could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. So you haven't fithave to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you put your antenna cable on the antenna connectortrap inside.
 
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The third one could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. Sois: you have to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you puthaven't properly plugged your trap insideantenna cable on the antenna connector.
The third one could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. Sois: you have to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you puthaven't properly plugged your trap insideantenna cable on the antenna connector.
 
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Your problem could come from 23 sources.
Your problem could come from 23 sources.
 
The first one is a software problem: just try to make restore with iTunes.
 
The second one is: you haven't fit your antenna cable on the antenna connector.

[image|188495]

The third
one could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. So you have to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you put your trap inside.

[image|188496]
The second one is: you haven't fit your antenna cable on the antenna connector.

[image|188495]

The third
one could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. So you have to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you put your trap inside.

[image|188496]

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Original post by: finster ,

Text:

Your problem could come from 2 sources.

The first one is a software problem: just try to make restore with iTunes.

The second one could come from the sim reader commutator. If this commutator doesn't make contact, the iPhone will think that there is a sim in your slot. So you have to join them together. And after, you have to check if it's separates when you put your trap inside.

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