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Power off your cell phone
completely by holding down the power button for four or five seconds.
Turn the phone over and remove the back plate. Slide your fingernail
underneath the battery and pop the battery out of the phone.
Locate the SIM card if your
mobile phone is a GSM style phone. Pull back the metal covering over the
SIM card and then remove the card. Set it aside.
3Removing the RF grommet
Find the plastic RF grommet at
the bottom of the phone near where the battery was located. Grab the
grommet with a pair of tweezers and remove it from the phone.
4Removing the bottom cover
Insert the tweezers into the
hole on the side of the phone opposite from where the RF grommet was
located. Use the tweezers to pull up on the latch inside the hole to
unlock the bottom plastic antenna cover. Lift the cover off of the phone
and set it aside.
Pull out the screws along the edges of the phone using the Torx screwdriver. Take the metal plate off of the phone.
Flip the phone over so that you
can see the LCD screen. Slide the edge of a flat head screwdriver in
between the seam of the plastic cover on the bottom of the phone. Wiggle
the screwdriver up and down gently to unlock the catch underneath the
plastic cover. Lift the entire plastic cover up and then off the phone.
Find the latch on the side of
the LCD screen and unlock it with the tweezers. Pull the screen slightly
off of the phone and then disconnect the cable running from the screen
to the phone. Lay the replacement screen back into the phone and attach
Set the plastic cover back onto
the phone and then flip it back over. Re-attach the metal plate and put
the screws back in. Push the RF grommet back into place and then place
the SIM card and battery back in the phone. Put the plastic cover on the
back off the phone and then power it on to ensure the screen is working
Tips & Warnings
If your cell phone is a CDMA style phone, such as those provided by Verizon, it will not have a SIM card for you to remove.
Replacing the LCD screen on your mobile phone voids your warranty provided by the phone's manufacturer.
Your phone is not detecting Sim Card .The problem might cause from the Sim Case or Sim Card Filter (IC) so contact nearest repairing shop or if you are a mobile tech try to make jumper.this is the best way that i can help you.thanks
The sim card is inserted above the battery which is located on the back of the phone. The attached photo shows what you will see under the battery cover. First, turn the phone off. To remove the battery, start by removing the battery cover which is the back cover of the phone. Press on the back cover in the center next to the camera and pull the cover down towards the bottom of the phone. The cover should slide off. Slide the sim card, face down with the "notch" on the top right side of the sim up underneath the small metal receptacle designed for the sim card. If you do not see the receptacle, look for an etching of the sim card on the phone that is above and to the right of the sim card receptacle.
The problem is that the 2125 is a CDMA phone and doesn't use a sim
card. You can slide a sim card onto the inside of the metal casing that
flips up but the phone lacks the components to reach the metal
terminals on the sim card and thus read the sim card.
The problem is that the 2125 is a CDMA phone and doesn't use a sim card. You can slide a sim card onto the inside of the metal casing that flips up but the phone lacks the components to reach the metal terminals on the sim card and thus read the sim card.
The problem is with the sim card. try to remove the sim, clean it with a dry cloth and put it back in. if the problem is not solved, take back the sim to your network provider and get a replacement, asuming the sim is damaged