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[solved] No service with Paranoid Android 4.1 ROM: Help please

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Default [solved] No service with Paranoid Android 4.1 ROM: Help please

I installed Paranoid Android rom coming from JB with cocore 9.0. I followed the instructions (installing boot.img then the rom, gapps and supersu). Everything went smooth but I ended up with "no service". Apparently my sim card is not recognized. I use an italian SIM (TIM).

Any suggestion?

I had to revert back to my (nandroid backupped) old rom.

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I installe Paranoid Android rom coming from JB with cocore 9.0. I followed the instructions (installing boot.img then the rom, gapps and supersu). Everything went smooth but I ended up with "no service". Apparently my sim card is not recognized. I use an italian SIM (TIM).

Any suggestion?

I had to revert back to my (nandroid backupped) old rom.

Sincerely
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Do Factory reset.
 
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Do Factory reset.
Done, before and after installing the rom. Same result.

I also tried revierting back to my old rom (re-flashed with odin) and reistalling PA from the beginning. Same result.

I forgot to mention my device is a GT-I9070P. I thought it was the same as I9070 apart from the NFC (which I do not care about). Is this correct?

Any other suggestion?

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Done, before and after installing the rom. Same result.

I also tried revierting back to my old rom (re-flashed with odin) and reistalling PA from the beginning. Same result.

I forgot to mention my device is a GT-I9070P. I thought it was the same as I9070 apart from the NFC (which I do not care about). Is this correct?

Any other suggestion?

Thanks
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Can you make sure that you re-install the firmware (stock ROM) Firmware GT-i9070P with similar, I mean with the Stock ROM GT-i9070p not GT-I9070 Stock ROM? Due to my knowledge although one brand, but both devices have different firmware (specially Stock ROM). As an example here.
 
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Done, before and after installing the rom. Same result.

I also tried revierting back to my old rom (re-flashed with odin) and reistalling PA from the beginning. Same result.

I forgot to mention my device is a GT-I9070P. I thought it was the same as I9070 apart from the NFC (which I do not care about). Is this correct?

Any other suggestion?

Thanks
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In that case you must follow this guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191628
 
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In that case you must follow this guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191628
You deserve the biggest possible thanks!!!

Indeed, I substituted the "tee" folder in paranoid android rom with the tee folder I found under my own I9070P JB rom (/system/lib/tee) and restarted from the beginning. This time everything went smooth and I have my network.

For those interested, I was using a samsung original I9070P JB rom, so the "tee" folder is the one coming from the original samsung firmware and it worked flawlessly with CM11 based paranoid android.

Thanks a lot!

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