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  1. Joshkievski

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    So, I'm using my Doogee Turbo 2 and to be honest it's a great phone but, I've been having a really irritating problem that is ruining my phone and drives me insane so I'm really desperate for some help! My phone repeatedly says "No SIM card detected" and then a second later says "SIM card changed" then a second later says "No SIM card detected" and so on... What can I do? I'm getting desperate now, it makes me so angry because the phone is unusable at some points. Please help!
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  2. The_Chief

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    Could be as simple as a failed or failing SIM card. Check with your provider.
     
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    As @The_Chief suggested, check with your carrier first of all, might try a replacement SIM. And if it's still doing it after that then its almost certainly a phone problem, which requires service.

    BTW T-Mobile UK and it's a Doogee. Can you buy Doogee phones in the UK, or is it something you imported, bought online? Also T-Mobile, in the UK it's been called EE for about 3 years now I think, after they merged with Orange. How long have you had the SIM?
     
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