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Discuss Howto tell v2/3 sim card from v1 at the Turbo-, Supersim and Simcloning Solution - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by olek k what ive found: the only one who really can tell ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by olek View Post
    k what ive found:

    the only one who really can tell what card you have is your provider. but

    v3= 250 telephonebook entries| gsm/umts 3volt
    v2=gsm 5volt?
    v1=gsm 5volt

    you can call your provider and order a v1 sim for some bucks (germany/other countries dont know)

    olek
    I have done exactly this! I had a very old SIM from 1997, and I tried to reactivate. In the shop of the carrier, they told me that it is not possible, but I insisted and they have promised me to send me an v1 card in the next days (from a very old stock..) Now, I'm very excited


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    The clou "I need an old sim card for my old car phone" works perfectly ;-) I will get the V1 card from my provider asap - linked as a second card to my existing one :-)

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    U can find out with Woronscan 1.09, just start to search Ki, if your card is not V1 u will get taht message and extraction will stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassha View Post
    U can find out with Woronscan 1.09, just start to search Ki, if your card is not V1 u will get taht message and extraction will stop.
    Oh is that so?? So it means that as long as it is searching it's because it's a V1 card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvcid View Post
    Oh is that so?? So it means that as long as it is searching it's because it's a V1 card?
    Can't wait for the answer on this... I've been ki searching for and hour and a half and I still dont have the first pair...


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    Quote Originally Posted by adam-james View Post
    Can't wait for the answer on this... I've been ki searching for and hour and a half and I still dont have the first pair...
    The same here....

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    On another phone try to ad a contact to your addressbook and instead of placing it onto your phonememory try to put it onto your SIMmemory. (there should be an option somewhere)
    If you have only 10 or so spaces available you have a V1-SIM.
    Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    hi, if my sim can store maximum 10-sms and 150-contacts. could it be V1 SIM?

 

 
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