SIM Card tidak terdeteksi

by Lukman Moeslich » Tue, 06 Apr 2010 13:35:27 GMT


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Setelah bolak balik gagal ke JCE, akhirnya diputusken ke JB3 lagi. Eh
ternyata SIM Card not detected. Ada yang pernah punya masalah yang sama?
Saya pikir tadinya terbalik, ternyata sudah benar kok, contact face down.
Any hints? Thanks.

-LK-

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