Question about Samsung Galaxy Cell Phones
I can't figure out where to put the SIM card in the back of this phone
Typically the SIM card slot is located under the battery. you would remove the back cover, then remove the battery. you should see place to insert the SIM card. it is usually identified by looking for a metal square about 3/4" H x 1/2" W and the plastic where the SIM card is inserted has an 'engraved' image of a SIM card and the correct orientation. without knowing the exact model, it is difficult to give exact information. another resource is to do a google or youtube search asking the question you posted along with the phone model number. hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hold down the power switch at the top and the main selection button at the bottom. After a few seconds a new screen should come up that allows for shutdown should you slide the slider to the right. DO NOT SLIDE THE POWER OFF. Keep holding the two buttons down. Wait until the silver apple logo comes on the screen. At this point you may release the two buttons. Continue to wait while the iPhone reboots. Once the iPhone finishes booting the "No Sim" message should be gone and you should see bars again. No new sim card or reactivation required!
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
just call your network operator and provide them with your phone number and sim serial number, which is on the back of your SIM card. then they will provide you with the PUK code.
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Posted on Mar 30, 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
whats your phones model number anyway check with this the sim card slot you put may be expanded there will be a small cap like enclosure on the sim slot try to bend it and again insert the sim the sim card should be holded tight or else keep a small paper on above the sim card and close the battery you get a solution. thank you
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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