[Q] Galaxy S5 showing "This SIM Card is from an unknown source."
I have a Verizon version of the Galaxy S5 that I recently switched over to the Cricket network. I have been getting the notification in the title ever since switching over. So I rooted the phone in hopes that I would be able to resolve this issue. Below are the specs of my phone as well as things I have tried.
Model Number : SM-G900V
Android Version : 4.4.2
Baseband Version : G900VVRU1ANCG
Kernel Version :3.4.0
Mon Mar 31 13:30:24 KST 2014
Build Number : KKOT49H.G900VVRU1ANCG
SE For Android Status: Enforcing
Wed Jun 25 17:51:34 2014
Hardware Version : G900V.05
Security Software Version: MDF v1.0 Release 2
VPN v1.4 Release 1
After rooting the phone I have gone through and turned off all Verizon related apps as well as cleared the phone's cache from recovery mode. I also tried searching in the /system, /system/app, and /system/bin directories for the following files to no avail:
I would like to remove everything Verizon related from the phone, but I'm sure this would be much more involved than I want to get so if we can get the unknown sim card message to go away and hopefully the 'Wi-Fi Detected' screen that keeps prompting me to sign into Verizon, that would be great.
Thank you for your help,