I got a new Verizon XV6700, but i didnt get its manual. I wanted to insert my SIM card but when i open the battery, i cant open the SIm card slot. Can someone please tell me the exact mechanism of inserting my sim card? an image will also help.
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First All Check: 1.Confirm whether same sim card is working in other h.s or not. 2.Make sure the sim slot is o.k. only try these two. 3.If all the above steps fails, check the SIM card connector pins for damage. if so try to get serviced. 4.if ur sim card is good then it is problum form sim card ic u have u raplace it with SMD. u can make it jumper mean u can fix this prob with out sim card is for this contact. 5.take sim connector slight up by pin then cheak by inserting sim. 6.hot air gun on sim i.c. then cheak it. Last Option: IF make sure that the sim card hasn't been damamged at all sO Please You Go to Service & Sim Office and Get the Duplicate Sim Same Your No From Office Oprator Problem will Solved Quickly
First, sim cards require compartibility with each phone brands. Second, insertimng the cim cards wrongly would least be recognised as fucntional. Third, inserting a new sim card would require powering off completely the device. A power on thereafter should reacquire the new system feature functionalities.
That phone is a CDMA phone and does not use a SIM card. Sprint phones and Verizon phones are CDMA and do not use SIM cards. AT&T and T-Mobile use SIM cards, but are GSM phones, a whole different technology/signal. Nextel phones do have SIM cards, and some "World" phones at Verizon have SIM cards for traveling overseas where there is no CDMA, but your Samsung SPH-M220 has NO SIM card.
Just in case you want to check anyway, here is a link to the user's manual:
The SIM card door is covered by a rubber casing that peels back. Pull back the rubber flap to access the SIM card door. The flap that needs to be pulled back is the top left corner of the Sidekick above the Menu key.
Insert the SIM card into the slot with the gold contacts facing up and the cut corner facing out. When you release the SIM card, make sure it is locked into position behind the catch so it does not spring out. Replace the bumper, and then turn on the device.
Since the SIM card is automatically read when inserted, verify it has been correctly inserted. If you have another phone available, try inserting it in that phone. If you can make a phone call, the card should be working. If not, your card may need to be replaced.
Sorry, the sidekick II doesn't have a battery that can be pulled out. You need to pull back the bumper on one side to access the sim card slot.
Follow these instructions to remove your operator-supplied SIM card from your device:
Turn off your device by pressing the power on/off key.
Expose the SIM card slot by peeling back the bumper from the top-left edge of the device:
Press down on the silver "catch" and the SIM card will spring out of its slot. Remove the SIM card carefully. (Always handle your SIM card carefully since the card and gold contacts can be easily damaged by scratches or bends. Be sure to keep SIM cards out of reach of small children.)
Now insert the SIM card containing the contacts you want to import:
Insert the SIM card into its slot with the gold contacts facing up and the cut corner facing out.
When you release the SIM card make sure it is locked into position behind the catch so it doesn't spring out.