Question about Apple iPhone 3G
The back does not slide off.
Use the small tool in the box to depress a very small plunger on the top of the iPhone 3G, next to the earpiece socket.
A drawer will open to insert your Sim.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
SOURCE: wont read my sim card
you might need to get a new one.
go and stop by at a tmobile retail store
and have them transferr all your infos
out of your old sim card onto a new one.
good luck. and hope that help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Locate the SIM card on the phone. Generally the card is stored
under the battery. You'll probably have to remove the back cover before you can
slide out the battery. Be sure the phone is turned off before doing this.
Remove the battery and look for the SIM card. It is usually white
or yellow with circuitry printed on it. Sometimes it has text on it as well.
The card may be as small as a thumbnail.
Remove the SIM card, which is usually held in place by a metal
clip. To unlock the clip, lift it up or slide it up or down. Gently lift or
slide the SIM card up and out of the clip. You may need a pair of tweezers.
Blow around the area where the SIM card had been lodged to
disperse any dirt or dust.
Look for any water, dirt or grime that may have gotten into the
phone or on the SIM card. Use a soft cloth to gently wipe the SIM card, the
battery and the area around the SIM card compartment. Make sure to use a fine
cloth that will not tear or catch on circuitry and other metal parts.
Inspect the SIM card for damage such as cracks. If the SIM card
appears undamaged, firmly return it to its home in the clip. The SIM card
circuitry should be face down so that it is touching the metal connectors on
the phone. Slide the clip back into place to secure the SIM card.
Replace the battery and any casing. Turn the phone on. If the SIM
card has been cleaned and properly placed back into the phone, it should
Contact your cell phone service provider if the SIM card is still
rejected. You may need to replace it.
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