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Introduction

The most common use of the SIM card is for storing contacts and synchronizing with your mobile carrier. This small part is vital to the operation of the phone since it directly affects the ability to receive calls and messages as well as creating interruptions of service.

Image 1/3: Using your fingernail, gently pry the rear cover. Image 2/3: Using your fingernail, gently pry the rear cover. Image 3/3: Using your fingernail, gently pry the rear cover.
  • To remove the rear cover, locate the tab indicated by the red outline.

  • Using your fingernail, gently pry the rear cover.

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Image 1/3: To remove the SIM card, press down on the card and slide it to the left, until it no longer is in contact with the metal. Image 2/3: To remove the SIM card, press down on the card and slide it to the left, until it no longer is in contact with the metal. Image 3/3: To remove the SIM card, press down on the card and slide it to the left, until it no longer is in contact with the metal.
  • The SIM card is the small white rectangle located in the red rectangle.

  • To remove the SIM card, press down on the card and slide it to the left, until it no longer is in contact with the metal.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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