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When the network status indicator on your Black Berry reads "SOS," your phone cannot connect to your cellular network.In this state, you can't place or receive regular calls or texts, but emergency calls -- such as to 911 -- may still work.If nothing solves the problem, contact your provider for further assistance.If you use your Black Berry through a GSM network -- such as AT&T or T-Mobile in the U. -- the phone relies on a SIM card containing your account information. Turn off the phone, pull out the battery and take out the SIM card.The same problem will occur if the carrier has turned off service to your Black Berry.In this case, contact the provider to regain use of the phone. If the phone remains in SOS mode, open "Options" and "Network." If the mode is set to "Manual," change it to "Automatic." If it's already set to "Automatic," or if that doesn't fix the problem, set the mode to "Manual," press "Scan for Available Networks" and choose a wireless network.
If it's set incorrectly for the network you're trying to use, the SOS error will appear.
A wide range of situations can cause SOS mode, ranging from physical damage to incorrect settings.
To resolve the problem, check each of the potential causes and solutions.
With that said, we were able to find customer service contact numbers more quickly on Yahoo than Google because Google and associated Google properties have a tendency to push customers into a peer-guided forum or FAQs section to get lost before offering a phone number as a means of customer service.
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