Question about Samsung Galaxy Cell Phones
I dont know where to insert the sim card please help me out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello, hope these instructions help: 1. To expose the SIM card slot, peel back the bumper from the top-left edge of the device. (fig 1) 2. Insert the SIM into the slot with the gold contacts facing forward and the cut corner facing out. (fig 2) 3. When you release the SIM, make sure it is locked into position behind the catch so it will not spring out. 4. Replace the bumper and turn on the device. Any problems, let me know :) Si
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
I have this phone through Verizon. It does not have a sim card...Verizon phones don't use them. They use a serial number inside to activate the phone.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
This is a new type of phone. Your sim card might be too old for the phone to recognize it. You should go to your carrier and ask for a new sim card. They should be able to replace the old one without extra cost.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: Sim Card Problem In LG Vu
This happened to me too. A temporary fix is turn off your phone and put it in front of a really cold air conditioner for about ten minutes. Then turn it on but make sure you keep it in front of the ac to keep it working. What happened is your sim card reader has a thermal problem so you will need to take it in unless you want to spend all your time in front of the ac (which will get expensive...)
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
I see that this had been a while. The reason that your Sim cad doesn't work could be various: 1. Make sure that your phone is quad band, if it's a tri band then make sure that ATT works in 1900mhz. If it works only in 850 and your i68+ is a tri band, (which is not suppose to) then it will never work. As far as I know all i68+ original are quad band, some fakes i68+ are sold as quad band but are actually tri-band. 2. If you ATT sim card is a 3g card, it won't work either. These phones are not yet equip to work with 3g. I hope this clear up at least a little of your doubt with the Sciphone.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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