Dual SIM functionality?

Discussion in 'Android OS' started by abenn, Dec 11, 2020.

  1. abenn

    abenn Mobile Deity

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    No reply from the phone's vendor yet, and I hope to be travelling to Thailand in a couple of weeks, so I'm banking on a new Thai SIM card doing the job. Thanks for your reply.

    Maybe I'll get on to Samsung's help line in the meantime.
     
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  2. stlucia

    stlucia Mobile Consultant

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    Somehow I've got logged in to the forum as a name that I'd forgotten about.
    Anyway, just got a new Thai SIM card today, put it in slot #2, and all is working well.
    The only odd thing is, when I go into SIM Card Manager it reports that its number is unknown, but it shows the correct network, and it makes calls and receives texts okay.
     
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  3. raspabalsa

    raspabalsa Brain stuck BogoMipping

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    I believe that is normal. My current phone was purchased in Ecuador, and whenever I insert a SIMcard from Bolivia, Colombia, or Perú, they're reported as "unknown number". They all work ok, though, with proper call and data connectivity.
     
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  4. stlucia

    stlucia Mobile Consultant

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    Thanks. It's comforting to know it's normal behaviour.
     
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