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Topic # 79103 12-Mar-2011 14:06
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I have an iphone 3gs unlocked by vodafone, have swapped to telecom xt, worked find a few weeks now it keeps say searching then no service and your celluar network has been lost, have tried reseting network, full restore, xt apn settings but nothing has work. I test it on another xt sim and same no service, but works fine with vodafone and 2degres, sometimes it finds network after 1 night having the phone off bt then goes back to no service. Please help thanks.

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  Reply # 447808 12-Mar-2011 14:24
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The iPhone 3GS was never locked by Vodafone NZ

Look over this thread

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=78805

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  Reply # 447810 12-Mar-2011 14:29
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This is an Austrilian vodafone iPhone, vodafone au locked their iPhones I had unlocked it from their site

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 447816 12-Mar-2011 14:40
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ipwnsnz: This is an Austrilian vodafone iPhone, vodafone au locked their iPhones I had unlocked it from their site


Would of been handy to put that in the first post



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  Reply # 447821 12-Mar-2011 15:12
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Any suggestions why it's not receiving service from xt?

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  Reply # 447824 12-Mar-2011 15:24
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Whats the signal like where you are? Tried other XT phones there and know they work fine?




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  Reply # 447826 12-Mar-2011 15:28
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I'm very near town so signal should be great. Works fine on my telecom xt Sony naite. The iPhone ha worked on xt b4 but after a few weeks it drop out



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  Reply # 447830 12-Mar-2011 15:56
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It has one bar of signal then it goes searching then.no service

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  Reply # 447832 12-Mar-2011 16:09
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is 3g data turned on? what baseband version and what firmware?




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  Reply # 447834 12-Mar-2011 16:10
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Can you confirm you have not turned 3G off?







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  Reply # 447856 12-Mar-2011 17:29
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It's on 4.2 baseband 5.14 unlocked by vodafone. Have tried 3G on and both off. Sometimes when I restart it several times it will show up with service but when I try to make a call it does work

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  Reply # 447857 12-Mar-2011 17:30
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No point turning 3G off XT is only a 3G network

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  Reply # 447858 12-Mar-2011 17:32
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ipwnsnz: It's on 4.2 baseband 5.14 unlocked by vodafone. Have tried 3G on and both off. Sometimes when I restart it several times it will show up with service but when I try to make a call it does work


Telecom XT is 100% 3G, and if you turn 3G off on your iPhone then you won't get any service...

 






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  Reply # 447865 12-Mar-2011 17:56
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I have 3G on all it does is show 1 signal bar pop up voicemail then goes searching and then no service message

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  Reply # 447868 12-Mar-2011 18:15
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Have you checked with Telecom NZ its not blacklisted?



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  Reply # 447869 12-Mar-2011 18:17
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Is it possible my imei is blocked on telecom? It works fine on othe networks

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