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Topic # 95841 14-Jan-2012 10:12
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Hello,
    I am using an Iphone 4 originally bought and used in the USA on At&T.  I jailbroke and unlocked the phone (using redsnow and ultrasnow) and am trying to use it during my few months on business here in New Zealand.

I bought a 2 Degrees data microsim card and have been unable to use it.  When I have my phone on it will either say No Service or Invalid SIM.  I have changed the APN settings but this did now fix the problem.   Any other suggestions?  Your help is greatly appreciated. 

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  Reply # 568784 14-Jan-2012 14:13
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have you tried manually selecting 2degrees or if you cant see that then vodafonenz?

and make sure your phone is set to use 900/2100Mhz 3G





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  Reply # 568786 14-Jan-2012 14:23
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Clearly from the message you and getting its not SIM unlocked

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 568787 14-Jan-2012 14:23
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Not sure what u mean by manually selecting 2 deg or vodafone. are u saying I should just try to use a vodafone microsim?

i know the iphone 4 is compatible with 900Mhz 3G. is there a way that I have to set it to use that?


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  Reply # 568789 14-Jan-2012 14:26
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No point trying a manual network selection this is a stupid idea if the handset can't see the SIM and a Vodafone SIM will not work either

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  Reply # 568790 14-Jan-2012 14:28
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As above the handset is still SIM locked



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  Reply # 568797 14-Jan-2012 14:49
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thanks all, did some more messin around and realized and im' on baseband 4.11.08 which is unlockable at this time. will try to revert back to a previous baseband and try again. thanks again everyone

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