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Old Jan 22, 2010, 09:17 AM   #1
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Boost iPhone signal strength

Hello everybody!

I just read this...: "Attach tape to your SIM card Rooted in the notion that improper SIM contact can result in a weak signal, reports indicate that attaching a small piece of scotch tape to the outer side of the iPhone's SIM card (the side that does not have metal contacts) can result in a surprising boost."

somebody tried that??

thanks for your replays!! =)
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