iPhone SIM
1.1 iPhone Says No SIM
1.2 iPhone Invalid SIM
1.3 iPhone Unlock SIM
1.4 Your SIM Sent A Text Message

"Your SIM sent a text message"? Here Is a Fix

My iPhone 6 displayed the message "Your SIM sent a text message" when I upgraded to iOS 11, and it has started appearing on my iPhone every couple of hours for about a week now. What does it mean? How to fix the "Your SIM sent a text message" issue?

Many iPhone users complain that they receive the message "Your SIM sent a text message" after the iOS updating. Moreover, the "Your SIM sent a text message" repeatedly appearing on iPhone X/8/7/6. In this post, we will show you how to get rid of "Your SIM sent a text message". Just keep reading to find the best solution.

Your SIM sent a text message

Your SIM sent a text message

Simply way to fix "Your SIM sent a text message"

Under most circumstances, you can just ignore the message "Your SIM sent a text message". It seems that this happens when the SIM is trying to contact the carrier's update server. And you won't see it again. If you still get the message from now and then, you can take the next guide to solve "Your SIM sent a text message" problem.

1Unlock your iPhone and open "Settings" app.

2Tap "General" > "About". Stay on the page for a while, it will ask for a carrier update.

3Complete the carrier update to solve "Your SIM sent a text message" problem.

You should not be seeing that message and should contact AT&T to get it straightened out. You can also try the iOS System Recovery to fix "Your SIM sent a text message".

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How to back up iPhone messages

For some important iPhone messages, you may want to back up them to your computer. To do that, you should rely on the professional iOS Data Recovery. First, you should free download and install it on your computer.

1Launch iOS Data Transfer

Launch iOS Data Transfer

After downloading, install and run this powerful iPhone messages transferring software on your PC/Mac. Connect your iPhone to it with USB cable.

2Scan iPhone data

Scan iPhone data

Choose the first recover mode "Recover from iOS Device" and then click the "Start Scan" button to scan the detailed information of your iPhone.

3Check iPhone messages

Check iPhone messages

Click "Messages" on the left control, you can see the detailed information of each message in the preview window. You are allowed to check the deleted/lost and existing messages on iPhone.

4Back up iPhone messages

Select the messages you want to back up, click "Recovery" button to copy these iPhone messages to computer.

Within just a few clicks, you can easily transfer iPhone messages to your PC/Mac. With this software, you can back up all types of data on iPhone, such as contacts, call logs, pictures, notes, and more. In addition, it enables you to restore the deleted iPhone files. For instance, you can recover the lost iPhone contacts with ease.

In this post, we mainly talk about the "Your SIM sent a text message" issue. You can find an easy way to solve it. What's more, we recommend the professional iOS Data Recovery to help you back up important data on iPhone. You can free download it and have a try.

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July 17, 2018 10:32 / Updated by to Message