well, what about devices like the MXpro5 where when you have an SD card
you can not actually use a second sim, it is quite unlogical to show
that icon when you have a shared slot that is used in other context ...
could we make this not a conditional thing so that if a carrier requires
it it can be turned on (with some gsettings key from the custom tarball)
for the phones this carrier offers ?
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Dual SIM devices show "No SIM" icon in indicators if there is only one
Status in indicator-network package in Ubuntu:
rc-proposed, since about a week I have 2 SIM icons in the indicators
panel. One that shows the signal strength for the installed SIM card
(which is fine), and then a second one which shows the "no SIM card"
When there is a SIM card installed, the indicator should not show a
"no SIM installed" icon, even though there would be a second free slot
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