Your new Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus also has a nano-SIM card that shares a card tray along with the microSD card. Needless to say, whenever you eject your SIM card, the SD card will also be unmounted and vice versa. However, you can insert or remove any of these cards while your phone is powered on, we strongly suggest you turn it off before removing or pulling out the combined card tray as it may result in data loss on your SD card or damage the SIM card itself. Let’s now read the article to know about the Samsung s10 Sim Card Size – Insert and Remove.
In this post, I will guide you to insert and remove the nano-SIM and SD cards into and from your phone as well. The procedure will also be performed along with the help of the card removal tool that you will insert into the pinhole in order to pop the card tray out. Continue reading so you guys will be guided on how you can do these things on your new device as well.
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Samsung s10 Sim Card Size – Insert and Remove
The Galaxy S10 basically uses a nano-SIM card – which is much smaller than a normal SIM card actually. Just in case anyone does not know, a SIM card saves important data such as your identity, location, phone number, and much more as well. For your device, the nano-SIM card actually shares a tray along with your micro-SD card if you have one. The micro-SD card can use to save additional pictures, music, files, and also even your contacts if you guys choose. Taking these cards out – or putting them in – needs a tiny tool (that basically comes in the box along with your new phone) inserted into a hole in the tray. Here… let me show you how you can do that!
- First of all, power your device off completely. However you can theoretically do this along with it turned on. We don’t recommend as you could lose data or corrupt one. Or both cards via ejecting the tray along with the phone power on.
- You can find the nano-SIM or microSD tray on the top of your phone
- You can grab the little metal tool that came in the box. And gently push the pointy end into the pinhole on the card tray until the tray pops out as well.
NOTE: If you guys have lost the tool that came along with your device and needs. In order to open up the tray, you can always use a paperclip.
- You can pull the tray out of the slot.
- Insert (or take out) your microSD or nano-SIM card/s. You have to make sure that the gold contact bars are facing down towards the back of your phone as well.
- Gently slide the tray back into the slot it belongs in until you hear a soft click as well. The click also lets you know that the tray inserts properly and secures as well.
You can turn your phone back on and then you are finished! If you guys have any questions regarding a nano-SIM or microSD card, also make sure to let me know!
Well, I hope you like this article and understand all the steps. However, if you still have any problems and queries related to this article. Then feel free to ask me in the comments section below. I’ll get back to you shortly.