The first model of iPhone, Model A1203 with 4, 8, or 16 GB capacity and an aluminum back. Repair requires a significant amount of prying, and may require some soldering.

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repaired broken screen/lcd now says no sim

have repaired screen, put in DFU, installed itunes but now iphone wont recognise SIM. iphone is in uk, have tried o2 and 3 but no luck. what to do? have cleaned and checked SIM tray/pins. phone innards cleaned with isopropyl alcohol-can't find obvious damage to motherboard.


after much taking apart, cleaning, reseating all connectors-tried cleaning sim tray and easing pins up- reassemble and hey presto! working iphone. thanks lots and lots.

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do you think that jailbreaking/unlocking will solve the issue? have reloaded with iOS 3.1.2 just in case


i don't think that this is a software related issue, but to be honest - an non jailbreaked iphone/ipod touch or apple tv is like driving a sportscar with handbrake half pulled - so get it done and we'll try to find a way to get this job done


am having real trouble trying to jailbreak/unlock-redsnow, follow instructions phone shuts down but no pineapple symbol/reboot. goes back to apple screen.


what guide are you using? still on 3.1.2? first of all, it's enough to do the jb. the unlock can be done with bootneuter


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thats hard to tell - there are surely ways to re-wire the complete card reader - but that should be the last option and you can only do that with very scecific tools.

i would check the contacts again, if one of them is slightly bent - it could be enough to let the phone not recognize the sim card

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