Galaxy S2X Sim Card

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Hey, I recently got my Galaxy S2 X back from LCD replacement and ever since I put my old sim card back in it, and it doesn't seem to be reading it? Also I tried putting the same sim card back into my Galaxy Ace which I use as a back up, and it seems to be working fine. Help please?
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Paul Deschamps, Mobile Master

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What's the phone say when you are using that SIM Card?
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Check to make sure the phones sim pins on your S2 aren't damaged. Did they return your phone or give you a referb. phone? You could also pass by a koodo kiosk and ask for a new sim.
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I would rather try to insert the SIM card again and restart the phone. It should work if the SIM connectors are not damaged.
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It says: No SIM
In the notification bar all the time.
They returned the phone I bought just over a month ago.
I could go to a kiosk later today since theres one nearby my house to check the sim connectors. Thanks guys
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Ya just ask them if you could try one of their SIM Cards to see if it's an issue with the card or the phone its self.
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I tried my moms SIM card yesterday and it didnt work. Do they cover broken sim connectors? I plan to go in about 6 hours
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Good luck. I haven't been able to get my broken SIM contact replaced under warranty. I would argue that whoever repaired your screen caused the damage and hold them liable for repair. I don't know about the S2X internal design, but if your SIM reader is integrated into the logic board, it will be a very expensive repair (not worth it if not covered under warranty).