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Topic # 101673 6-May-2012 11:36
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Hello there,

I have an international GSM SE Xperia Pro, and I am having trouble connecting it to the 2degrees network, as it says 'Emergency Only'.

I have attempted to manually select the network, but it gives me an error "Your SIM does not allow a connection to this network". I am running stock SE 2.3.5 ROM.

Here is a video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG2jmleKHiw

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  Reply # 620388 6-May-2012 11:40
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Does the SIM work in another handset?



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  Reply # 620392 6-May-2012 11:44
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johnr: Does the SIM work in another handset?


 

Yes, it works in my friend's phone.

Also his SIM card works in my phone.

o_O

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 620398 6-May-2012 11:55
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Time for a new SIM then



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  Reply # 620401 6-May-2012 12:05
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johnr: Time for a new SIM then


OK, I'll go to the 2degrees store on monday.

But why would the SIM work on my friends phone fine?

And his 2degrees SIM work on my phone fine?

 

How strange...

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  Reply # 620527 6-May-2012 16:36
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If the SIM is faulty we'll replace it. Can you PM your 2? number and the number printed on the SIM please.

^POB

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