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Released September 16, 2016. Model 1660, 1778 Available as GSM or CDMA / 32, 128 or 256 GB / Rose gold, gold, silver, black, and jet black.

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Constantly searching for signal

Got an iPhone 7 in. Constantly searching for signal. Tried resetting the network settings. Nope. Tried new lightning dock. Nope. Guessing it's the Qualcomm? WTR3925RF transceiver? I need advice from the top guys @refectio @mayer of course you too @pccheese

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Have you checked to see if the phone recognizes the IMEI. Punch in *#06#. If it doesn't show anything, you could have a Baseband issue. Not sure about the 7 but it's pretty prevalent on the iPhone 6.

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@refectio gone try that teacher. Thank you

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It doesn't! Won't let me push the green call thingy

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smells like BB...

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Bwhaaaaa ...like all four of em? Wait no...that would work..could it be that one little one?

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If it's been gotten into (remember customers lie because they don't want anyone to know just how stupid they are) check the antenna connections. Look for LSI indicators.

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They definitely weren't in. All the adhesive was on it. What're LSI?

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Liquid Submersion Indicators. White dots that have turned red.

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iPhones have those?

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Oh yes, Apple has to have a way to deny warranty service: https://www.cultofmac.com/13571/the-trop...

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Newp. Checked for that. Yeah, Cheese. They gots those

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Pull the SIM while it's on and see where it gets you. What network is it and/or the SIM. Try this: http://osxdaily.com/2012/08/20/field-tes...

And also try to enable roaming. If there's a tower you know of somewhere, you should see if you get a signal right next to it.

Update

@theimedic look at this thread that just popped up: Constant searching, no signal..

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Roaming is on

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No sim. Still searching. Not saying "no sim"

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Have you tried a SIM in it?

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Yeppers. First thing I checked

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GUYS! Apple has finally admitted fault! They've put out a recall for iPhone 7's! https://www.apple.com/support/iphone-7-n...

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