- Turn off your gadget.
- Find your removal device (a SIM-eject tool or paperclip).
- The SD card tray can be removed by inserting the removal tool into the tiny hole adjacent to it and pressing hard but carefully until it pops out.
- Remove the tray from the slot.
Again, before you start the procedure of replacing the SIM with the new chip, we advise you to switch the phone off. Once the SIM tray has been firmly reinstalled, turn the device back on.
using a pushpin, thumbtack, or paper clip
The common paper clip is one of the better solutions for those without access to a SIM tray extractor. To use it, simply bend one of its ends. However, make sure the paper clip you use is tiny enough to fit through the hole in the tray.
Be sure to turn off your phone.
Look for the tiny hole on the phone’s side.
The SIM tray is released when you insert the supplied tool or a paperclip into the hole.
Remove the old SIM card and insert the new one similarly.
Push the tray back in slowly.
Activate the phone.
The Galaxy S10’s top left hole at the edge of the SIM tray is where you should insert the SIM removal tool or a very thin paperclip. Till the tray pops out, apply strong pressure. The SIM card can be taken out of the tray by pushing it out from underneath.
However, if the second phone is locked to a certain SIM card and/or provider or if the SIM card is not able to swap devices (as determined by the carrier), nothing will happen at all. Of course, the old phone won’t function without a SIM card until you fix the SIM card or get a new one.
User identification, location, and phone number, network authorization information, personal security keys, contact lists, and saved text messages are just a few of the data SIM cards can hold. Mobile users may access this data and the functions that come with it thanks to SIM cards.
Regarding the SIM card, OEMs like Google advise turning the device off before adding or removing a SIM card. On the other hand, many Android users have found success hot switching a SIM card by just activating and deactivating Airplane mode since Marshmallow.
Your phone’s information and contacts are the only things on the SIM card. If the SIM card is taken out, the apps, images, and movies that are stored on your phone’s memory (internal or memory card) will not be lost.