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#1
Hi !
i flash my n9 with the 005 fw. Before it was 003...
So, When i boot my phone i have this message :
Problem with the sim card

Or in french : Problème lié avec votre carte SIM
Normally, Its a unlocked phone. I'm french with FREE MOBILE.

Help me !
Thx
 

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#2
The really message its :
there is a problem with your sim

I have found this :
http://www.maquinasvirtuales.eu/ther...-sim-nokia-n9/

It was a chiness version

But...someone can explain this ?
HELP !
 

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#3
Ask a friend his simcard. Check if problem is still present.
I have a Free Mobile simcard. It works well.
 

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#4
Its a bug with the chiness phone

But...
I'm a newbie and...
http://www.microsofttranslator.com/b...im-nokia-n9%2F

I have exactly the same symptoms
 

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RECOVERING FROM FLASH ERRORS

Note: If you did not receive any errors, you can skip this section.

In some cases, the new firmware image includes cellular modem (CMT) firmware that is older than what is already installed. This has typically happened when flashing N9s running 003 (China) firmware with other firmware variants. If you received an error about flashing the CMT, obtain the image for the firmware that was previously installed, then run:

Code:
flasher -f -F old_main.bin --flash-only=cmt
If you previously upgraded your phone "over the air" (through SSU) and now receive a Downgrade disallowed error when flashing, try flashing an image with a higher variant code. For example, if you experienced the error with variant 001, try using variant 005 instead.

With what fw, i flash with this command?

Okay..FFFFFFFFFF
I'm downloading the main.bin's chinnese version and will try with
flasher -f -F old_main.bin --flash-only=cmt

Last edited by rwanito; 2014-12-25 at 15:06.
 

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Houra !!!!!!!!!

Finished !
 

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#7
With chisese version it's all good ?
 

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I make this command :
flasher -f -F old_main.bin --flash-only=cmt
With the chinese version. And I have he new zaeland's version with the CMT from the chinese version
 

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#9
I privately bought a white N9 (still in awe of its beauty :P).
The seller said he had no problems with it, the last time it was used (years ago). He tested it for me & came back saying it would not recognise a SIM card.

I bought it anyway expecting broken 'sim pins'. By looking down the port it looks fine to me (comparing with working & broken pin phones).
I have looked through all the threads with title keyword 'SIM'.
It's a Chinese phone. I've tested with 2 SIMs / cleaned with eraser / sandwiching paper / swapping SIM trays.
IMEI etc are all indicated on "About Product" page (with/without SIM).

I've "Zeroize flashed" with Australia firmware -> expected errors -> used Chinese firmware for CMT -> indicated successful (MD5 correct).
Still not recognising SIM (now indicates "Emergency calls only) & NO error messages.

I've read that the battery can be a cause. Does long battery life cancel this out?

Should I open up the phone? Ideas?

Edit: Just tried to flash with only the Chinese firmware, which failed (with SIM).

Last edited by mike727; 2017-07-13 at 13:27.
 
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#10
I had this with Symbian Phone. Bad Battery made that Sim not recongnized.
Maybe put it charging. Does it now recognize the SIM?
 

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