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About once a day my iPhone 5S says no sim installed. It then drops the connection for about 2 seconds then reconnects to the network. I've restored it and gotten a new sim, neither of which helped. Do I have a hardware issue on my hands?

 

 

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About once a day my iPhone 5S says no sim installed. It then drops the connection for about 2 seconds then reconnects to the network. I've restored it and gotten a new sim, neither of which helped. Do I have a hardware issue on my hands?

 

 

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Not sure. I've had that issue once in a blue moon, but then it stops for a long time.

 

 

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About once a day my iPhone 5S says no sim installed. It then drops the connection for about 2 seconds then reconnects to the network. I've restored it and gotten a new sim, neither of which helped. Do I have a hardware issue on my hands?

 

 

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My phone does the same thing also. It was really bad this past Friday but it is barely doing it now. I thought it was because of all the network upgrades in Columbus ohio going on

 

 

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My phone does the same thing also. It was really bad this past Friday but it is barely doing it now. I thought it was because of all the network upgrades in Columbus ohio going on

 

 

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I had the same issue in Columbus last week too.  It did it three times on Thu/Fri last week..  Just a simple reboot and it was fine.  Hasn't done it since.

 

I can't believe the two are related though?

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I had the same issue in Columbus last week too. It did it three times on Thu/Fri last week.. Just a simple reboot and it was fine. Hasn't done it since.

 

I can't believe the two are related though?

I called sprint and they made me do a profile update with #update while on wifi and it "appears" to be ok but if I get the error again I will do the reboot like you did. I know for mines I was dropping calls like no ones business.

 

 

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