Hello. I've read many threads like this but didn't find a solution for my problem, so I start a new one, my first thread.
I've bought a Note II (N7100) international version months ago and suddenly I got the message "not registered on network", "no sim", can't access to mobile networks and so on. Further, it is impossible to access to settings>more settings>mobile networks> "INSERT SIM CARD TO ACCESS NETWORK SERVICES". For a better knowledge I found a video on youtube it explains the exact issue I'm suffering.
I got this error when I was on stock rom, so in order to fix it, I thought it was the modem, so I rooted it, installed the criskelo rom v.17 and v 18 and didn't worked. Then I installed the file "modem.tar.md5" and no results. When I try to flash that file trough odin I got a message "removed" and then the phone reboot before the "pass" message.
I have tried my sim card on a S3 and it works, have tried the s3 sim card on my note 2 and it works too. It is like my phone does not match my own sim. When I went to the carrier they tried another sim and it works on my device. I have bought a new sim card and it DOES NOT WORK. I think it's a software issue because the phone worked with other sim cards. It is quite frustrating 'cause I have this issue for about 5 months and no solution come to me. I'm consider the hammer test for my Note II if I don't fix it during this month. Can't sell it, rent, borrow or give away because the phone DOESN'T WORK AS A PHONE.
Indeed, I thought it was the sim reader so I changed it, didnt worked. As I said the phone read some sim cards so I think its not a hardware issue. Please check the vídeo I left. Thank you for your response.
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