Attend XDA's Second Annual Developer Conference, XDA:DevCon 2014!
5,812,209 Members 36,847 Now Online
XDA Developers Android and Mobile Development Forum

[Error] Gnote dont recognize simcard after factory reset.

Tip us?
 
sushi745
Old
#1  
Junior Member - OP
Thanks Meter 0
Posts: 2
Join Date: Feb 2013
Default [Error] Gnote dont recognize simcard after factory reset.

Hello!

I did an update for ICS 4.0.4.
Everything was ok.

But after 3 weeks using this rom, I did a factory reset (*2767*3855#) and now my Gnote (GT-N7000) dont recognize any sim card.

I think this is not a problem related with IMEI. The IMEI number on the stiker in the back is the same when I put *#06# or access via menu.

Now in the notification bar appear "No SIM - Insert SIM Card"

-----------

What I've done:

Check if simcard is not inverted (no, it is not)
Try my simcard in another phone (yes, this works)
Try another simcard in my phone (not work)

Do the factory reset again (not work)
Put the 4.0.4 rom again via ODIN (not work)
Upgrade to 4.1.2 via ODIN (not work)
Downgrade to 2.3.6 (not work)
Upgrade to 4.0.4 via Kies (not work)

Please, I need help to solve this problem!

Sorry about my english.

Thanks in advance,


Yuri
 
glevitan
Old
#2  
glevitan's Avatar
Recognized Contributor
Thanks Meter 1,206
Posts: 3,271
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Buenos Aires

 
DONATE TO ME
Quote:
Originally Posted by sushi745 View Post
Hello!

I did an update for ICS 4.0.4.
Everything was ok.

But after 3 weeks using this rom, I did a factory reset (*2767*3855#) and now my Gnote (GT-N7000) dont recognize any sim card.

I think this is not a problem related with IMEI. The IMEI number on the stiker in the back is the same when I put *#06# or access via menu.

Now in the notification bar appear "No SIM - Insert SIM Card"

-----------

What I've done:

Check if simcard is not inverted (no, it is not)
Try my simcard in another phone (yes, this works)
Try another simcard in my phone (not work)

Do the factory reset again (not work)
Put the 4.0.4 rom again via ODIN (not work)
Upgrade to 4.1.2 via ODIN (not work)
Downgrade to 2.3.6 (not work)
Upgrade to 4.0.4 via Kies (not work)

Please, I need help to solve this problem!

Sorry about my english.

Thanks in advance,


Yuri
Have you checked that your IMEI (*#06#) matches the one below the battery?? Were you running stock 4.0.4 kernel when you wiped?

What happens in Odin PC when you try to flash firmware again? What is the error?
Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note II
Rom: Stock
Tablet: Asus Transformer Pad Infinity tf700t - Got rid of this one...performance sucked
Tablet: Nexus 7 2013 - Now we are talking

Easy Ace Root Tool
HTC Desire HD / Inspire 4G Ultimate Noob Guide
OneClickRoot Galaxy Note (GT-N7000)
HTC Easy Unlock Bootloader Tool
Goldcard img Creator
 
sushi745
Old
#3  
Junior Member - OP
Thanks Meter 0
Posts: 2
Join Date: Feb 2013
Quote:
Originally Posted by glevitan View Post
Have you checked that your IMEI (*#06#) matches the one below the battery?? Were you running stock 4.0.4 kernel when you wiped?

What happens in Odin PC when you try to flash firmware again? What is the error?

Yes! They match!


No errors. Odin PC recognize my phone. I can flash a firmware and the process finish without errors.

I heard that do this kind of reset in a rom above to 4.0.x can brick the device. Is this right? (I hope not)

regards,

YM
 
glevitan
Old
#4  
glevitan's Avatar
Recognized Contributor
Thanks Meter 1,206
Posts: 3,271
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Buenos Aires

 
DONATE TO ME
Quote:
Originally Posted by sushi745 View Post
Yes! They match!


No errors. Odin PC recognize my phone. I can flash a firmware and the process finish without errors.

I heard that do this kind of reset in a rom above to 4.0.x can brick the device. Is this right? (I hope not)

regards,

YM
Yes it is...anyway, if it is finishing fine, that doesn't seem to be your problem. I would suggest that you flash a safe kernel and continue from there just in case.

Check this out: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1901191
Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note II
Rom: Stock
Tablet: Asus Transformer Pad Infinity tf700t - Got rid of this one...performance sucked
Tablet: Nexus 7 2013 - Now we are talking

Easy Ace Root Tool
HTC Desire HD / Inspire 4G Ultimate Noob Guide
OneClickRoot Galaxy Note (GT-N7000)
HTC Easy Unlock Bootloader Tool
Goldcard img Creator
 
Anthropostar
Old
#5  
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 73
Posts: 264
Join Date: Sep 2010
Default Re: [Error] Gnote dont recognize simcard after factory reset.

Try formatting it again. (To fat32).
If possible use your pc to do so.
Then try again...

Sent from my GT-N7000 using xda app-developers app
 
abhinav quietly brilliant
Old
(Last edited by abhinav quietly brilliant; 15th February 2013 at 04:38 AM.)
#6  
abhinav quietly brilliant's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 234
Posts: 948
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Delhi
Default Re: [Error] Gnote dont recognize simcard after factory reset.

as per the stickies have you ever backed up your efs.. if you have it then restore it otherwise try the following method
Download "Terminal Emulator" app from market
- open it
- type into the command:
su
echo -n ON > /efs/imei/keystr
sync
Go to home, force close your terminal app, shut your screen off, and when your turn it back and now reboot your phone
Obviously you must be rooted so don't ask for it. Hope this works for you

Sent from my GT-N7000 using Tapatalk 2
Happy cm user using cm since cm 6..!
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes


Increase Your Multitasking Workflow with C-Floating Windows

Technology has put life on the fast track. Lazy, relaxed days have turned into … more

Compile Your Own Kernel From Source with Comprehensive Tutorial

One glance at any developer section of any device forum on XDA and youll find … more

WowWee Mip – Android Accessory Review – XDA Developer TV

The holidays will be here in no time, so why not start thinking about … more

Stream Your Media Files with the New Version of Droid Sync Manager

Android is a Linux-based operating system, but this fact doesn’t put … more