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Removing the Chip

I have a motorola Razr and i want to remove the sim chip to take pictures off of it but i can't figure out how to get the chip out.

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  • maire Nov 30, 2007

    i can't get the memory chip out, it is stuck or something

    any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2008

    how do i remove the chip on a wet phone?



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If it really is a sim chip, then I don't know. I know about Verizon razr, which doesn't use a sim card. However Verizon razr has a memory card, which people might mistakenly refer to as sim chip, that stores photos and music. It doesn't come with the phone, so if you purchased the phone you'd know whether or not you have one. If your phone is like the Verizon razr, then remove the battery cover and the battery. The memory card, if it is installed, is just to your right (when looking into the back) of the vertical center. It's about the size of a finger nail. Use your thumbnail to pull it (towards the top of the phone) out of the slot. Then insert the card into the adapter card that came in the package when you purchased the memory card, and put the adapter card into the smart reader slot in your printer or pc.

Posted on Jan 21, 2007


It is not a stellar design. To remove the memory card you have to use a tad more force than you think you should. With your thumbnail pull against the little raised portion on the end of the card. Help it along past the little dimple on left by pushing the card sideways to the right. Maybe tweezers would help if you are careful not to damage the card. Good luck. It's not something you want to do everyday.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008


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