I'm looking at this phone and the possibility of using it on T-Mobile with their BYOD plan. Does anyone know if this takes a microsim, or a regular sim card? Or even a nano sim card?
on 11/02/2012 – Made popular on 11/02/2012
I might have somewhat of a convoluted situation/problem:
I have a MetroPCS LG Optimus L9 P769 which I flashed with Tmobile V20H_00.kdz to get root, and I did. Now I have a Tmobile nano-sim card which I bought new a few days ago, and switched SIM to, and tested working on another two phones.
If you’ve been considering trying out a T-Mobile prepaid plan, now’s your chance. T-Mobile is giving away SIM card kits to literally anyone, current customer or not, and shipping them for free. There’s a limit of two per customer, but you can’t complain about free.
I have a brother who has a 1GB memory card that is 4years old inserted in his memory card. Now one day he was drowsy and in that condition, he added a password to the memory card. Later he slept and when woke up he had forgotten the memory card's password that he had given. Now if he inserts the memory card to laptop via a memory card reader, no device is detected.
I have a question.
I have the Galaxy S2 SGH-S959G that is Straight Talk / Tracfone Branded that was released by Straight talk, but honestly i hate it because it is still using gingerbread and have no plans on updating it for that phone and I want to get a Unlocked S4 and port it over to straight talk.
Now my question is, can i use the sim card from the S2 in the S4?
I used a MicroSIM Cutter bought from eBay after realising the Nexus 4 uses Micro SIMs, however after cutting the card the Nexus 4 has so far failed three times detect the SIM card, and only intermittently detected it once until this showed a few minutes later "The mobile network will be unavailable until you restart with a valid SIM card inserted."