Question about Cell Phones
Its very simple, remove your SIM from you mobile. Take the eraser you use in school/collage/office/home. Gently rub the metal surfaces of the SIM card. Then clean it with cotton cloth. Refix it in position
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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To clean your sim card, remove the SIM card from the phone. Rub a dense white eraser along the exposed metal part of the SIM card. Make sure that the eraser is brand new, otherwise you could get the SIM card even dirtier.
Remove the back of your phone and the SIM card. Spray canned air into the back of the phone, removing all dust and dirt particles, especially those that could be stuck in the SIM card groove.
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