Every mobile phone needs a SIM card. If you get the message “SIM Not Provisioned mm2#” on your smartphone or tablet, you will not be able to use your mobile phone to make calls and send texts for the time being.
There can be many reasons why a cell phone or tablet has not recognized an inserted SIM card. The good news is that in most cases you can solve the problem by yourself. The solutions to fix Sim not provisioned mm2# are explained below.
This issue is quite common. The following are the causes for the “Sim not provisioned MM2#” error:
- If you have bought a new smartphone with a new sim card
- If you have transferred contact numbers to a new sim card
- The server of the provider may also be temporarily unavailable. In this case, just wait for a while.
It may already be enough if you switch the smartphone off and on again. And if there is any problem with the server of the provider, an automatic activation takes place within 24 hours.
Possible Steps to fix Sim not provisioned mm2#
Step # 1: Turn off your mobile phone
Step # 2: Then open the back cover of your phone. Every mobile phone has been designed differently, so if you have no idea how to open the back cover, read your phone’s manual.
Step # 3: Locate the holder of the sim. On some phones, the sim holder is on the side, on others, it is placed under the battery.
Step # 4: Remove the sim card carefully from its slot and place it back. While inserting sim again, make sure to insert it properly. If you are confused about how to insert the card properly, you may find a small sign beside the sim card slot. It will help you to figure out which side is right to insert in.
The above steps would probably solve the problem “Sim Not Provisioned mm2#”.
If you are still facing the same and if the above tips did not work, the SIM card is probably locked. Contact your service provider for assistance.
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