can i restore an iphone without a sim card
iphone says the sim is not the right carrier
I think your iPhone is locked to a particular network and you are trying to use a sim other than that locked network...so only you get the message that the sim is not the right carrier.To solve this problem restoring your mobile would not help...you need to unlock your iPhone.To unlock an iPhone the remote unlock service would be a better option because,you need not give your mobile to someone else nor do you have any chance to enter the wrong unlock codes.To get such an unlocking service for your iPhone approach http://www.prounlocking.com/apple-iphone/rs16wp9/ and by submitting the country and network to which the mobile is locked to you will be able to remove the restriction from the respective network.This will be a permanent unlocking solution.Then the mobile will be able to accept other network sim cards.
by Bunaka 5 years ago
How to use my at&t sim card in my t919?FREE
by Julianna 9 years ago
I have considered purchasing one of these however I am not keen on the AT&T service. Can anyone give the pros and cons of this wonderful little phone?
by 82much 5 years ago
I paid for this OCTOBER 28 MY I PHONE IS LOCKED UP AGAIN. WHAT DO I DO
by ibanga007 13 months ago
Here are your instructions from the website below.Forgotten your iPhone Passcode?If you have forgotten your iPhone's Passcode you will need to restore your phone via iTunes.But first you have to put your phone into the restore mode which is a slightly fiddly process.Plug your iPhone into your PC or...
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