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현재 버전 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Have you tried a manual connection to your network by 'resetting' your provider's network settings?
 
1. Access your phones's 'Network' settings
 
2. From the list of available mobile networks, manually select any network other than your current network
 
3. You'll receive an error message stating something like 'Can't connect to selected network' or similar. Your mobile is now fully 'logged off' from all connection sessions with the original network.
 
4. After receiving the error, select the original network selection setting or automatic setting.
 
5. Your phone, will reconnect with a fully refreshed network session. This will take a short while.
 
6. To complete the session refresh, switch your phone off then on again
 
7. See if your service is working now.
 
=== Update (10/17/2016) ===
 
Hi,
My only suggestions now are that it could be a faulty SIM card reader or a loose antenna connection. If it is not one of these then the problem is most probably on the motherboard. Whilst unusual these days electronic components can still occasionally fail through no fault of the user.
In this instance fortunately for you the SIM card reader is actually a removable module which makes it easier to replace, although still not easier to get at.
http://www.etradesupply.com/htc-one-m8-sim-card-reader-contact-flex-cable-ribbon.html
This link to the Ifixit guide on how to replace the motherboard shows in Step 11 the two antenna connection points. One is for the WiFi/BT and the other is for the phone network.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/HTC+One+M8+Motherboard+Replacement/42001

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Have you tried a manual connection to your network by 'resetting' youyour provider's network settings?
Have you tried a manual connection to your network by 'resetting' youyour provider's network settings?
 
1. Access your phones's 'Network' settings
 
2. From the list of available mobile networks, manually select any network other than your current network
 
3. You'll receive an error message stating something like 'Can't connect to selected network' or similar. Your mobile is now fully 'logged off' from all connection sessions with the original network.
 
4. After receiving the error, select the original network selection setting or automatic setting.
 
5. Your phone, will reconnect with a fully refreshed network session. This will take a short while.
 
6. To complete the session refresh, switch your phone off then on again
 
7. See if your service is working now.

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi,

Have you tried a manual connection to your network by 'resetting' you provider's network settings?

1. Access your phones's 'Network' settings

2.  From the list of available mobile networks, manually select any network other than your current network

3.  You'll receive an error message stating something like 'Can't connect to selected network' or similar. Your mobile is now fully 'logged off' from all connection sessions with the original network.

4.  After receiving the error, select the original network selection setting or automatic setting.

5.  Your phone, will reconnect with a fully refreshed network session. This will take a short while.

6.  To complete the session refresh, switch your phone off then on again

7.  See if your service is working now.

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