Hey guys. So, first of all, this is applicable to iPhone users as I am currently using an iPhone and have no idea how Android phone would work under the same circumstances. But, I recently found out about this while I reset my iPhone. Basically, many support articles and sources will tell you that once you deleted your eSIM profile from your phone, then you will have to get a new replacement eSIM right? So, I decided to test it out on that. I deleted my eSIM, to test it out first. And then, scan back the QR code for my eSIM, and voila! The eSIM is working again on my iPhone. I have done this prior to me resetting my iPhone (because of iMessage activation issue) and done this after a complete reset of my iPhone. So, you don’t have to keep having your eSIM replaced if you deleted it. Which is very convenient and easy actually. The only reason I like using eSIM on my iPhone is that I don’t have to worry if my phone get stolen or what. Because they cannot remove the SIM card which makes me able to track my phone much easier. Of course, it is not a foolproof plan. But, better than nothing right?
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