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2015-10-05 08:22 PM
We all made the same, major mistake. Buying a Sony Xperia phone in the first place!
My Xperia Z has been nothing but a problem to me, and just face it everyone, they don't care and there is no fix for this problem.
My SIM works in my MOTO G, but not my Zperia.
MOTO G cost £110, Xperia Z cost £400/£500 and one of them is about 4 or 5 times better than the other, guess which one?
Tip, don't let the £££ fool you.
Terrible, terrible, terrible.
Just do what I plan on doing and don't ever buy their rubbish again!
2016-04-16 08:56 AM
i have sony xperia e4 dual sim
one fine day, my both sims are not detected on my phone
showing some x red cross.
highly frustrating...no soluation yet
2016-07-17 02:33 AM
2017-04-14 04:56 PM
For me - on a Xperia Z5 dual sim though, the software repair in Xperia Companion also made the phone able to detect sim-cards again. Though not the particular new sim-card, that I suspect caused all the troubled in the first place - perhaps causing the phone to re-configure it-self to completely wrong radio-frequencies for my geographical area - allthough this is all speculation on my part.
http://www.sonymobile.com/gb/tools/update-service/ <<<<< this worked for me
2017-05-13 01:17 PM
I had the same problem with my xperia xz and I realized that my new simcard is too slim for the simcard slot since an old and thicker simcard was working. So I put two layers of tape at the back of my simcard and the problem is solved. it is working fine now. I think tape solves a lot of problem )) hopefully it solves yours too.