SIM Card Eject Tool

$2.95

Product code: IF145-091-1

 

SIM Card Eject Tool

$2.95

Product code: IF145-091-1

Product Overview

The pinnacle of modern ejection technology.

  • One part handle, one part actuator, combined to form the most elegant, simple, and utterly effective ejection tool conceivable.
  • Use this tool to safely remove the SIM card from your Apple GSM/LTE devices (iPhones and iPads).
  • Treat your iPhone and iPad with the respect and care that it deserves, and not some pernicious paperclip.

Compatibility

  • All LTE/GSM Devices (iPhones and iPads)

Product Details

  $2.95

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

50+ Available

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Compatibility

iPad 2 GSM
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPad 3 4G
16 GB LTE/CDMA (3rd Gen)
16 GB LTE/GSM (3rd Gen)
32 GB LTE/CDMA (3rd Gen)
32 GB LTE/GSM (3rd Gen)
64 GB LTE/CDMA (3rd Gen)
64 GB LTE/GSM (3rd Gen)
iPad 3G
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPad 4 CDMA
16 GB LTE/CDMA (4th Gen)
32 GB LTE/CDMA (4th Gen)
64 GB LTE/CDMA (4th Gen)
iPad 4 GSM
16 GB LTE/GSM (4th Gen)
32 GB LTE/GSM (4th Gen)
64 GB LTE/GSM (4th Gen)
iPad Air
128 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
16 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
32 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
64 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
iPad Air 2
128 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
16 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
64 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
iPad Mini 3
128 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
16 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
64 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
iPad Mini CDMA
16 GB LTE/CDMA
32 GB LTE/CDMA
64 GB LTE/CDMA
iPad Mini GSM
16 GB LTE/GSM
32 GB LTE/GSM
64 GB LTE/GSM
iPad Mini Retina Display
128 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
16 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
32 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
64 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
iPhone 1st Generation
16 GB
4 GB
8 GB
iPhone 3G
16 GB
8 GB
iPhone 3GS
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPhone 5
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPhone 5c
16 GB
32 GB
iPhone 5s
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPhone 6
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB
iPhone 6 Plus
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

The copper pin that carries charge to the battery burned out. The phone recognized it was connected to a power source but the battery would not charge.

My Fix

The phone works again so it went well :)

It was slightly more difficult than my last repair (battery replacement). The real trouble for me came when I had to reconnect the pin to (I believe) was the antenna connection. It's a very small pin and the metal ring in the female end, near the logic board, can bend/warp easily.

My Advice

The iFixit guide is a conservative approach to the repair. Disconnecting the battery and removing the logic board is not necessary (but is good practice to keep from shocking/electrocuting yourself or from damaging the logic board).

My approach was to remove the top cover, disconnect the battery, and remove the speaker assembly. The charging port assembly can be replaced after that. It's a quicker repair (took me 30 minutes even with the difficulty connecting the antenna jack) if you are confident in your dexterity with your hands ;)

My Problem

My battery of my MacBook pro and the charge port of my iPhone 5

My Fix

I started with my Macbook pro that was simple. Then came the nurve racking part my iPhone 5. This is my daily driver and can't really afford a new phone at the moment. I was a little bit nurvese but I went foward and did my best. Taking the logic board was the hardest part. Second came putting the screen back.

My Advice

There are some parts of the charge port that you need to transfer that the guid does not tell you. Like the grounding wire that goes around the headphone jack. The little fome that is around the mic

My Problem

I plugged a lightning cable in one day and it wouldn't read it. Thought it was the aftermarket cable so I tried a bunch more. When a genuine apple branded cable didn't work I knew something was up. Peering inside I had broke a pin in the jack and a bunch more were loose. Battery is only part charged? Time for emergency surgery.

My Fix

Rough. Oh the first time was easy. I used a shortcut to avoid taking the battery and the main board out. Put everything back in, buttoned it up, and made a test call. "You sound really muddy" says my roommate. Looking at the removed part I missed the rubber microphone holder/waveguide. So popped it back open (much easier this time) and put the rubber piece on. Since I also had the battery I decided might as well do the battery so I don't have to do it again. Battery swap went well, put it all back together, turned it on, no LTE. So back open again to find that I had bumped the U.FL connecter near the screen's connections (had taken that off while doing the battery) and it was unplugged. After sticking that back down and putting it back together the 3rd time everything worked as it should. Hard? No. Just finicky

My Advice

The photos of the replacement dont mention the rubber microphone guide but make sure you move that over from the old to the new if it doesn't have it. Also you can skip a bunch of steps if you are willing to get creative with the speaker removal. Not hard just tricky. The iFixIt guide is the most conservative and safest route.

My Problem

Cracked panels, front and back. Bad ear piece speaker, bad power button

My Fix

The repairs went extremely easy considering I have never repaired any type of phone. I purchased an IFIXIT tool kit from Radio Shack. That is how I found you guys. My parts came in on time and repairs took place. One phone I had to only replace the back panel, super easy. The other phone had some serious issues. I could not believe I had the phone in what seemed to be a million little pieces. I had to install a new sensor cable, which I’m really glad I order because that's why the power button was not working. I had to replace the ear piece speaker to. Somehow it came apart and the cooper coiling was unraveling. I put the phone back together and its works great. Looks and sound brand new. It took about a total of three hours for both phone repairs. Now if I had to do it again I could in less than an hour. Your pictures and step by step instructions are the bomb!! The only thing I can think that would help is; on the photos you color code the screws but the screw heads are not. So when that sucker is in a million pieces those little Minion screws are all looking alike. So maybe a screw set with the same color code would be freaking AWESOME!! I would have gladly paid for them. That is what slowed me down. All in all I give you guys an A+

My Advice

Keep up the great website!!!

My Problem

The problem was the phone would not hold a charge for more than a day and when I used the phone for facetime or music the battery drained fast.

My Fix

The repair was easy except for the parts are really small, hard to see and handle. But that was not a big deal you just need to be careful and go slow.Put a towel under the repair area to trap parts should they fall off the tool. Replacing the battery took about 10 or 15min. Youtube has several videos on how to do this.

I really liked that the kit included replacement phillips head screws, I didnt like the Micro torx screws the phone came with.

The tools included in the kit are great.They are magnetic to keep the screws on the screw drivers

My Advice

When installing the new battery I moved the cable on the connector so it was shaped like the old cable strip. this made it easy to line up the screw hole on the connector.

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My Problem

The rear camera got damaged after an accident where the iPhone hit the floor a little bit to hard. Even the rear case got damaged. And then the battery only worked for a hour, I desided it was time to do something.

My Fix

Thanks to Ifixit, I got both the "how-to" and the replacement parts. It took a long time - almost 5 hours! The repair did go well, even the tiny parts, but I had to redo something - some connectors who got forgotten (difficult to use the phone when You forgot to connect the cellular data antenna...). But I'm satisfied - the phone is saved from the trashcan - it works as it is brand new!

My Advice

The "how-to" could be a little more informative on how to assemble the iPhone - I got some problems because some of the connectors were hiding under the "main unit". But overall: Can I, can You!

My Problem

Connecting the wire routed under the speaker instead of around it, fixed worked ok.

My Fix

good

My Advice

keep up the good work you guys do.

My Problem

To make the iPhone be useful again

My Fix

Excellent! The repair kit and guide make the process very smooth and easy. Now the iPhone is back in service.

Thanks a lot!

My Advice

have a good secure place and patiance

My Problem

My daughter dropped her iPod, denting the corner and shattering the screen.

My Fix

Used the iFixit guide for this repair and ordered the replacement front panel assembly. I took my time and reviewed the guide steps multiple times. Once I got the broken panel off, I took a break and basked in my success thus far. Installing the new assembly went smoothly.

The only two downsides were 1) the home button did not work post-repair (or maybe it was already a problem?). Luckily the iPod "assistant" function was on, so the Home functionality still lives. 2) The drop dented the metal corner of the case. The new glass didn't want to easly fit within the case. But some additional adhesive and overnight gentle pressure fit things together.

My Advice

1. Take your time.

2. Read, re-read, and review the guide as you go along.

3. Be gentle. The ribbon cables and micro connectors are delicate.

4. The wifi antenna in the upper left corner is held by a screw and a foam adhesive pad. The adhesive pad became unstuck or torn. But after reassembly, wifi works fine.

5. The doublesided tape strips provided by the kit were a bit lacking. I carefully used a very small bit of silicon adhesive glue along the outer edge.

My Problem

I have a Lenovo yoga 3 and had used it maybe twice before the battery stopped charging, and shortly thereafter the device wouldn't even pull a charge when plugged in. Tried all the simple things, like holding the button down for 5 10 20 seconds. Apparently this was a common problem but there were no quick fixes online, except one that read "take out the screws" and "localize" the battery. After buying a friend the Pro Tool Kit for an early Christmas present (he was in heaven and I had no tiny screw drivers that would get these screws out), he removed the 10(?) screws from the back, gently removed the backing. He then Removed the screws holding the battery into place (note: there is a screw fastened in the CENTER of the battery, and is easily missed because of the text on the product sticker). Once the screws were removed, he disconnected the batter (plug connection, not held in place by a latch). He the reinstalled the battery by reversing said steps. Plugged the reassembled laptop it into the wall and Presto! It was pulling a charge.

My Fix

The back side was a bit difficult to pull off, and the screw in the middle of the battery really through us for a loop. But the fix worked, hopefully it's not a recurring problem.

My Advice

The plug connecting to the battery is not latched in, simply pull horizontally out of its sockets

 

Related Questions

3 Answers

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Sim card is stuck.

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