Originally Posted by lolo9393
Thanks, worked for me! Perfect .
New LG L22.
OK - good. This is a fairly common "problem" when making significant ROM changes - but doesn't always happen.
In basic terms...
When the phone is powered OFF, it isn't actually completely OFF. Some "parts" are still powered. The SIM card and its register are "parts" that remains powered and the register is sometimes overwritten when a ROM is flashed. This means when the new ROM boots, the SIM card and the register are different, hence no network as the phone assumes a fault.
The SIM card needs to be removed with the power off (NEVER with it on) so the phone detects a SIM swap and the register is refreshed.
TIP: Before flashing a new ROM - always remove the SIM card (with the Power OFF).
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