I'm guessing it cycled from South Florida up the coat to the North East then because I had territory, terrible service yesterday.
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I just tried powering down, waiting, and booting back up to see if the error was gone. After booting up, I had white 4G LTE with no activity for a few minutes then the error came back. I mean honestly, I can deal without 4G for a couple days- wifi is just as fast if not faster than 4G and I'm a college student so everywhere I go has wifi. Situation I was in last night though, that was not OK but I am glad its over.
I'm in Rochester, NY, and I've had this issue since around or just before 5pm yesterday. But I've noticed another couple of odd quirks other than just the Sim notification and the lack of LTE.
First, and not a big deal but just a curiosity, the Sim notification, when it first pops up, is accompanied by a very bright white LED blinky light. This is the only time I've ever seen the the notification LED turn white. It goes away after the notification is acknowledged.
The other, and far more troubling issue is that on three occasions since the Sim notification first occurred, the capacitive buttons (home, back, menu & search) became wholly unresponsive. They offered no haptic feedback and allowed no interaction with the phone. In all three occurrences restarting the phone fixed that issue. I had never seen this occur before the Sim notification.
Has anyone else with the Sim notification seen a loss of functionality with their capacitive buttons?
So in one sentence, my phone is telling me that my Sim issue is indeed related to my LTE issue. And this is while my wife is sitting next to me surfing the internet on her Bionic with an LTE connection.
What those people (Verizon CS) are referring to as an "outage," may indeed be a networking issue related to the Sim cards in some way.
It look like we're just going to have to wait it out like the Great GPS Outage of the summer.