Can't set Network Provider after Nandroid Restore
The business I work for has been steadily migrating from the Motorola Defy (MB525) to the iPhone 5. This has resulted in a large number of spare Defy's at my work. I have learned how to root, custom ROM, etc the Defy, and even took the time to create some instructions (which I think are quite thorough). The XDA Thread link to my instructions is below -
Installing a custom ROM on the Motorola Defy Using Windows 7
A colleague of mine is currently experiencing issues with his modified Defy (running CyanogenMod 9) so I decided to perform a Nandroid backup of his phone. I then restored the backup to another spare Defy (that also runs CyanogenMod9, is rooted, etc) and was happy that all the Apps, and data were restored.
However I have one major challenge I cannot choose the Network Operator (Settings > More... > Mobile Networks > Network Operators), when I attempt to do so I am met with the message "Error while searching for networks". Furthermore selecting one of the sub-options, either "Search Networks" or "Select Automatically", results in the "time wheel" spinning for a short period, and nothing changing.
Unusually I have performed a Nandroid Restore on two (spare) Defy phones, and each has had the same error. Furthermore I have tried two different (active) SIM cards (one from ALDI Mobile, and one from TPG - both Australian Carriers) and the result has been the same.
Is there a config file that I can alter, or some other way of making the phone pick up the Network Provider?
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
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