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Inside the top of the box there is a little silver key. you stick the pointy end in the hole by the headphone socket and the sim card slot pops up

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No The sim card for the older models is not the same size as the new iPhone 5. You can take your old sim card to your provider and they can make you a sim card to fit your new phone.

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NOKIA C3 GOT WET NOW WONT READ SIM CARD PHONE LETS YOU START UP WITHOUT SIM


Turn off the phone and pull the battery out. Put a small amount of alcohol on a cotton swab and gently try to clean the sim connectors. Put again your sim card e turn on your phone. After that, if the phone doesn't recognize the card, try with another simcard if possible.

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Ive got an iphone 3G and ive got an orange sim card, ive come to put the sim card in the iphone but there is know were to put it.


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this is where to find your sim tray on the phone if you dont have the sim eject tool just use a folded out paper clip

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How to insert sim card in i phone 3g


This is how you insert a sim in iphone 3g

There is a little hole along the top of the iphone, stick a paper click in and it ejects a tray to put your sime in.

It's not electric, so you need to give it a push

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What does usim full mean


USIM is the SIM card for 3G networks (U stands for UMTS). It operates under a different voltage level, as compared to the normal SIM card.
Many operators (like mine here) don't make a distintion, related to their service, between them, i.e. I can access the 3G network with my old SIM card. As far as I know, USIM cards shouldn't be put in non-3G phones. On the other hand, 3G enabled phones are able to handle both types.
Just my 2 cents... Carlos

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I want to unlock my iphone to use it with verizon


this is what you do
  1. get a unlock card Click Here
  2. get a Verizon Sim card click here
  3. Switch off 3G network: Setting---General---Network---Enable 3G---Off
  4. Turn off the iPhone 3G, take out the SIM tray, place the Unlock Card and the SIM card on the SIM tray, put back the SIM tray into the iPhone
  5. Turn on the iPhone
    There is NO NEED TO CUT YOUR SIM!
  6. Just Plug & Play!

Apr 05, 2010 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Hi can u help with my iphone 3g. it is stuck on invalid sim and emergency mode. how can i get this off? and is there a way to unlock a iphone 3g 3.1.3?


Here is what you have to do. Get a friend that is on the same carrier as the sim card that is in your phone.

Next take your sim card out and put a friends (same carrier) sim card in and restore it. When it is done it will still be in emergency mode. When it says invalid sim put your original one back in it and after about 30 seconds it will go back to normal.

This solution just fixed my iphone 3g so this should work.

Best of luck, Michael Proctor

Mar 30, 2010 | Apple iPhone 3G Black Smartphone

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G3 via G2


I've setup Nokia phones with 2G SIM's and I've had it running under GSM frequencies using a Optus 2G GSM SIM card; works fine. I've also put 3G SIM's in 2G Unlocked Phones and haven't had any issues before.

Have you tried putting in a 3G SIM and had problems?

Is your phone locked or unlocked?

Be careful of the terminology, some people get "3G" mixed up with the company "3" which is owned by Hutchison.

For example, if the phone is locked to 3, and you try and put an Optus/Voda/Telstra/AT&T SIM inside it will not work.

If it's just a Generic Branded 3G phone you should be fine.

Make sure your phone is unlocked, then purchase a SIM online or back at the AT&T store.

You should be able to take your phone back to the "stupid people" at the AT&T store and have them register a 3G SIM and you shouldn't have any problems; just tell them it's a unlocked phone.

Here are some helpful links:

http://www.planetomni.com/FAQ_sim.shtml


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I have a T-mobile sim and I need to unlock my Samsung SGH-D407.


WOW! what a process! I don't know how you kept track of all that but , good job! Try this. It's a maybe, but better than nothing,

TEMPORARY UNLOCK:
Put a non-accepted SIM Card and turn it on. Type *#9998*3323#. Press Exit. You will get a new menu. Select Malloc Fail.

In newer phones:
#*7337#

Jan 15, 2009 | Samsung SGH-d407 Cellular Phone

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