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How to remove "This SIM card is from an unknown source"

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13th July 2014, 12:02 PM   |  #1  
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Im on Stock NC4 firmware and i get this message "This SIM card is from an unknown source".

How to get rid of this message because i use a different sim and im rooted.
13th July 2014, 03:18 PM   |  #2  
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Go to notifications in the pull down menu... press and hold the notification until you see "app info". Click that then click "force stop". This pops up every time you restart your phone so this is one way to get rid of it.

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You can freeze the setup wizard app too then it won't pop up after restart any more. I use the titanium backup app
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You can freeze the setup wizard app too then it won't pop up after restart any more. I use the titanium backup app

I also use titanium backup...can u tell me which apk file i have to freeze...
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Another option is to use Xposed Framework and the NotifyClean module. I use it to hide the ongoing notification for my Gear watch.
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Another option is to use Xposed Framework and the NotifyClean module. I use it to hide the ongoing notification for my Gear watch.

I done this for my wifes vzw note 3 ported to straight-talk. Worked wonders....Thank you.
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what i did to make it gone forever is unistall that setup application using app master you can download it in google play PS: make sure you have root permission to uninstall system app.
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I done this for my wifes vzw note 3 ported to straight-talk. Worked wonders....Thank you.


Which Sim card did you get from straight talk? ATT, T-MO, or VZW?

I have the VZW Sim card. I tried the ATT Sim carf only had 4G no lte b/c n900v can not support att's bands. I tried T-MO Sim super fast lte speeds but I had horrible coverage. I now have the VZW Sim excellent coverage but lte speeds are capped at 5.5.

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