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Ran into a car on my bike

So ya, i ran into a car while riding my bike. my phone was turned off, so i turned it on,  and it said Insert SIM, the wall paper is still on, so im wondering what to do. any suggestions?

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Remove battery cover, remove battery the card is a microSD and at the top in the middle of the compartment. Normally, you push in to release so just pushing it home should latch it.

If that doesn't resolve your problem you will have to go to the phone store for another simm card itself which is something best left to the tech there.

If this doesn't fix your problem don't rate this post at all just go to the phone store.

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Worldvet

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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