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Topic # 34349 21-May-2009 22:20
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Help need, situation iphone 3g - 2 months old, running ver 2.21. With the sim in another device ie, phone I can send & recieve calls and txts, I can also send & recieve data when the sim is inserted into a datacard, so sim is OK

When i try to use the sim in the iphone - i can connect to the internet OK ie send & recieve data, I can send and recieve txts however incoming txt's do not alert - no sound

When I try and ring out I get call failed, incoming calls do not ring however the caller hears a ringing tone, The phone shows incoming caller and displays who is calling however within a few seconds it goes call failed and show missed call.

Call forwardng is OFF,  Call waiting is OFF, TTY is OFF, Location is ON, Ringer volume MAX, Enable 3G is ON, data roaming is ON, feild test shows -79db

So.... what can be the problem

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  Reply # 216833 21-May-2009 22:27
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Tried turning off 3G? Full reset of phone? (Hold down power and home buttons till screen blanks, then release home button)




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  Reply # 216844 21-May-2009 22:49
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Has the phone been "hacked"? was it working correctly before you got it?
NZ or Overseas 3G Iphone?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 216853 21-May-2009 23:52
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I'd second switching to 2G, and if that didn't fix it, doing a full factory reset. Do you have a friend with another iPhone to test with?




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  Reply # 216977 22-May-2009 14:09
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Or yeah blow the firmware away and reinstall fresh. Solves most windoze problems ;)




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