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  Reply # 448219 14-Mar-2011 14:30
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I've got a very similar issue here and have just posted in the IOS forum. I'm running 4.3 though. Another guy here at my work is going in and out of reception all the time. A different issue but similar.

Also what verion simcard do you have? I've got a version 3 card.




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  Reply # 448246 14-Mar-2011 16:01
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i ve got a new xt sim card but that doesnt seem to work. I think it is a hardware problem 
new sim works fine on other phones. iPhone is on ios 4.3 updated clean. It has worked this morning but then it went back to its no service again.  

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 448247 14-Mar-2011 16:02
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And you have tested the iPhone with a 2degrees and Vodafone SIM cards?

If you tested and it didn't work either then it's certainly a hardware fault.

 






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  Reply # 448248 14-Mar-2011 16:08
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yes i have tested but it works perfect on vodafone and 2degrees full signal, 
unimpressed with iphone :/  

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  Reply # 448249 14-Mar-2011 16:10
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yep I'm the same also. VF and 2degrees are fine. That's what is baffling me. I might roll back to 4.2.1 tonight and see how I get on.




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  Reply # 448257 14-Mar-2011 16:29
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Dont bother have already tried tht wth sshblobs makes no diference might be something t0 d0 wth the phones carrier issues

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  Reply # 448263 14-Mar-2011 16:43
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Odd.. Are you both on the same baseband? PM me your numbers I'll take a look.
I haven't heard any issues for IP4 users and know plenty that have upgraded to 4.3?  Might want to open a support ticket with Apple.  As your SIMs work in other phones.



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  Reply # 448267 14-Mar-2011 16:52
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Its iPhone 3gs running 4.3 carrier running 10 n baseband 5.16.01



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  Reply # 448283 14-Mar-2011 17:34
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stupid thing is it worked this morning til 1hour later n then no service

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  Reply # 448286 14-Mar-2011 17:55

I've got a 3GS (4.3) and XT is working fine, if that helps.

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  Reply # 448591 15-Mar-2011 15:38
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maknz: I've got a 3GS (4.3) and XT is working fine, if that helps.


Do you know what version simcard you've got and the baseband/firmware your running?

Cheers,




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  Reply # 448608 15-Mar-2011 16:08

djpaubes:
maknz: I've got a 3GS (4.3) and XT is working fine, if that helps.


Do you know what version simcard you've got and the baseband/firmware your running?

Cheers,


V3 SIM card.

Baseband: 05.16.01

Firmware: 4.3 (8F190)

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  Reply # 448609 15-Mar-2011 16:12
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Yep same as me.




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  Reply # 448624 15-Mar-2011 17:09
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I have run apple nz, I now beleive my 850 antenna is broken, and the time it work was because I was in town n it used 2100, I m taking it to apple to get it replaced free of charge according to the guy I spoke with

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  Reply # 448648 15-Mar-2011 18:30
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ipwnsnz: Is it possible my imei is blocked on telecom? It works fine on othe networks


Of course TCNZ have an EIR

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