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NOT impressed - any anybody else with unlock code problems

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Still having bluetooth problems....but here is a far more fatal problem

Got a sim unlock code from htccode.....inserted a vodafone sim....the desire asked for the code....i entered it and for about 5 seconds the phone recognised the sim and gave a very weak signal.

10 seconds later "no service" and now the phone wont even recognise any sim even though sims work in other phones...

I've hard reset....wiped the phone

anyone have clue why i'm not getting sim recognised?

either dud phone or sim unlock from htccode has screwed something up but cant imagine how. i have emailed them for help.

jason

edit: it seems that the handset was faulty so i"m editing the post to underline that HTCcode were NOT at fault.

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Still having bluetooth problems....but here is a far more fatal problem

Got a sim unlock code from htccode.....inserted a vodafone sim....the desire asked for the code....i entered it and for about 5 seconds the phone recognised the sim and gave a very weak signal.

10 seconds later "no service" and now the phone wont even recognise any sim even though sims work in other phones...

I've hard reset....wiped the phone

anyone have clue why i'm not getting sim recognised?

either dud phone or sim unlock from htccode has screwed something up but cant imagine how. i have emailed them for help.

jason

I'm afraid that it sounds like you have a faulty phone. I very much doubt that unlocking could possibly cause the problems you are having.

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I'm afraid that it sounds like you have a faulty phone. I very much doubt that unlocking could possibly cause the problems you are having.

I went into a t-mobile shop and they confirmed that the phone is faulty and I am now waiting for new stock so they can replace it........

...hopefully Paul will be back from his (well earned) holidays by then and we'll have a decent rom to use.....

Jason

i now need to go ask HTCcode to provide an unlock code FOC for the new desire when it turns up

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There seems to be a few faulty phones out there (HTC Desires).

I am getting a replacement because of a screen issue.

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