freerunner unable to work with 3G SIMCards?

shawn_lin shawn_lin at
Mon Jul 7 12:35:24 CEST 2008

Joachim Steiger 提到:
> Chaosspawn23 wrote:
>> [unlurk]
>> Having the same problem with my O2 SIMCard, I too would like to offer my help in
>> tracking down the problem. Just tell me if I can do something to help.
>> [/unlurk]
> hey there
> i've done a few quick tests with a borrowed O2 3G-sim and ran into the
> same problem.
> BUT since this sim is from a gsm-geek we quickly tested a few things:
> this sim had the pin set to 'off' (not asking, just do register) and the
> FSO milestone1 which i used for testing still was asking me for a pin.
> obviously the previously used pin was not accepted.
> then we put the sim into another phone, set the pin from 'off' to '0000'
> and swapped it back to the FR.
> after booting FSO asked for a pin again, and this time it took the 0000
> and registered fine. a quick call worked fine from that point on.
> so: if your O2 3g sim does not want your (supposedly correct) pin, check
>  if the pin is really needed with a second phone, and if not, set it to
> 0000 or so.
> if this works for more people than just me, we might just have found a
> workaround.
> ps: i have photos of the 'tricky' O2 sim, so if youre unsure or find
> yours does the same, we should be able to identify the manufacturer by a
> nice high-res shot of the 'chip' (the layout of the pads is somehow
> 'characteristic')
> kind regards
Dear all:

The attached URL is the SIM test results for your reference. If any 
question, please contact with me. 

Best regards,Shawn

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