RSIM 13 Instructions – Also the same for RSIM Supreme
Congratulations on getting your RSIM! In just a few minutes you will be enjoying an unlocked iPhone that works just like it was factory unlocked. Just follow these simple steps:
1 – With the original SIM, disable mobile data
2 – Remove the original SIM card from the phone (you will need to use a pin or paperclip to pop out the SIM tray on the side of the phone).
2 – Reset network settings and reboot the phone (This step isn’t usually necessary, but it can’t hurt. It will also remove Wi-Fi passwords you might have saved so just be sure you still have access to them)
3 – Punch out your RSIM 13 from its carrying card. If you have an iPhone 5 or newer you will want the smallest size (nano). For older phones, punch out the larger size according to what will fit your phone’s SIM tray.
4 – Insert the RSIM in the SIM tray, just like a regular SIM card.
5 – Dial *5005*7672*88# and follow the on-screen instructions (you must select the network the phone is locked to – not the network you want to use and SIM card type)
6 – Reboot the phone, eject the RSIM 13 and put in your new SIM card for the network you want to use.
7 – Click cancel on the on-screen RSIM 13 instructions so it will remember the last configuration you just did
8 – Wait until the phone activates and gets the network
If the phone does not activate or if the original network is not on the list, you will need to enter an ICCID code (you can find the current ICCID codes and instructions here)
RSIM 13 works to unlock your phone from any network, to any network, anywhere in the world. It’s safe and easy. It is always compatible with the latest iOS, so you can always have access to the latest updates. (Just insert the R_SIM and enter ICCID again)
More questions about these RSIM 13 instructions? No problem! Just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
Extra tips for setup of RSIM 13
If you make a mistake while configuring the card, inserting a new SIM card will start the configuration process again. Insert any other SIM card, remove it, then try again with the one you want to use.
If you get a “no signal” or call failure message, usually the phone just needs to be rebooted. Wait 10-15 minutes after the reboot to be sure it has had enough time to get the network.
If you are getting a “no SIM” message, that means the RSIM is not properly inserted. Eject the tray and try again. This problem was more common with the older versions (RSIM 12 and below) that needed to be inserted *with* the SIM card so it’s unlikely with Supreme or rsim13.