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No sim error s21

(Topic created on: 10-06-2022 11:00 PM)
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lilbot
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I have a S21 5G it's about 18 months old for the last 6 months-ish, I've started having a no sim card error appear, sometimes it will clear if I restart the device other times I have no chance. I've had the sim replaced & still nothing, what can I do?

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Pugs1957
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Sorry to hear about the problem. It sounds like a faulty card reader. You have a 2 year warranty so check this page out where you can start the process https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/warranty/

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Queenbee123
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Ignore it and it might go away
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lilbot
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I wish it would, but I legit can't use my phone when the error appears, I cant receive calls or use mobile data. Its been six-ish months now as stated in the post above
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Queenbee123
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Go to the Samsung shop and ask them
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Pugs1957
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Sorry to hear about the problem. It sounds like a faulty card reader. You have a 2 year warranty so check this page out where you can start the process https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/warranty/
Ventor
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@lilbot Hello, it is most likely a failure of the SIM card reader, and you have to go to the SAT. I would recommend you try one last thing: make a backup copy of your personal data and proceed to Reset the device to factory settings, since you also have to do it if you decide to go to technical service.






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Partita
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Try plugging in a new cable.

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apryl3825
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I am having the same exact problem and I am 3 months outside of my warranty! I went to a Samsung repair shop who installed a new SIM card reader and that only lasted a month. He told me that normally when this happens it is the motherboard that is going out. This phone is only 2 years old. Help please

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