Frequent alerts that new iPhone users would often see are “No SIM Card installed” and “Invalid SIM.” These warnings are completely normal, and there is nothing to be worried about. As long as you have a working sim card inserted, then the alerts would automatically disappear.
Some users have reported that they still continue to see the alerts even though their sim card has been put in. If this is the case for some of you, trying out one of the following methods does the fix.
- Restart you iPhone
- Turn on AirPlane Mode and turn it off
- Update your iOS to the latest version
- Be sure the sim card is activated though your carrier
Some people use an old iPhone or a spare one as an iPod touch instead. However, they usually will be annoyed by the warning that says ‘No SIM Card Installed’ as well. Luckily, there is a new jailbreak tweak called CoySIM that could help getting rid of these alerts about the SIM card in your iPhone.
How to Disable Sim Card Warning on iPhone
CoySIM is now available as a free tweak in your Cydia’s BigBoss repository. After the installation is completed, this tweak will give you several options. One of these will be to disable the “No SIM Card Installed” alerts across your iOS device. Another useful function is to replace/change the “No SIM” from the status bar to “No Service”.
Additionally, iPhone users can also get a chance to remove their carrier name if they wish to hide it from everyone else.
I think this tweak is pretty neat, especially for people who have a non-working iPhone that they use to browse the web, listen to music, play mobile games, and everything else except for using the native phone call feature. Again, you can download the CoySIM tweak from Cydia, and it’s compatible with both iOS 8 & 9.