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    Hey all

    I did the free iUnlock yesterday morning and my iPhone worked on T-mobile usa beautifully all day.

    However, this morning I woke up, turned it on (and it still was connected) but when I started clicking around, I got a "No Sim Inserted" message. At the time, I was on the road, but I rebooted a few times and still got the message.

    When I got home, I took out the sim, cleaned the contacts with an eraser, and stuck it back in and it seems to work just fine now, but I was wondering if this is a defect from the iUnlock software, or was it really just a problem with my SIM contacts? The SIM card is brand new - I just got it about 2 months ago.

    I would just like to hear some input from other community members, have you experienced any similar issues? (where it works for a while then doesn't work?)

    --Ken



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    I'm assuming from the lack of responses that this is because the sim contacts were corroded or something and the eraser was the solution, unless anyone else has an idea.

 

 

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