How do you take the back off an Iphone 3

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To take the back off the iPhone, turn the phone off, then locate the SIM card at the top of the iPhone and insert the end of a paperclip into the SIM card release button to eject it from the iPhone. Pull the SIM card retainer (with the card).. etc.



Does a Sprint 3g iPhone have a sim that can be removed

Yes If you have an iPhone 3Gs, locate the SIM card tray in the top edge of the casing, between the headphone jack and power button. Gently insert Apple’s SIM card removal tool or a straightened paperclip into the pin-sized hole in the SIM card tray. Once you release the catch in bottom of the hole, the SIM tray will eject from the phone body. Remove your card from the tray and reinsert the tray so it is secure and flush with the casing.

How do I take out the Sim Card in my iPhone 3g 8 gig

The SIM card sits in a tray, which is inserted into a slot at the top of the phone. Eject with a paperclip or the "SIM eject tool"

How do you remove the back cover of an Apple I-Phone

You cannot take the back off of an Apple i-phone. If you try to do so, it will void your warrenty (if you have one) and you could possibly break your phone. If you’re trying to replace the sim card you will need a paperclip to do so. for now!



7 Responses to “How do you take the back off an Iphone 3”

How do you take off the back an iphone?

By smashtheqube April 21st, 2013 at 18:15:57
 

The iPhone 3G comes equipped with a handy digital camera for simple photo snapping on the go. Because the phone sports an 8- or 16-gigabyte hard drive (and the photos are saved as a relatively small file size), users can store a large number of photo

By apaydin2148 April 21st, 2013 at 21:21:31
 

Your iPhone 3G uses iTunes for most of its syncing functions. Unfortunately, when you perform a sync on your iPhone, it does not automatically pull photos from your iPhone camera roll. To remove your iPhone pictures, you have to go into you…http://www.ehow.com/how_8220519_pictures-off-iphone-3g.html

By GreenT April 21st, 2013 at 23:23:21
 

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By Magnusson2u April 22nd, 2013 at 02:33:06
 

If i restore my unlocked iphone back to factory setting through back up again? I unlocked it with version itunes, will it lock my iphone 2.2 firmware, and i was wondering if r

By mmostafayousef April 22nd, 2013 at 04:13:33
 

Does rice help after my iphone got dropped in the toilet?….? Yup, i dropped it into the toilet. lol….It’s not the new iphone but the iphone 3g and everybody online says hey! take out the battery, take off the back, and let it sit in rice! but if you have an iphone, you know you can’t take out the battery………so do i just put the whole thing in rice? do i take out the sim card and the sim card holder thing? it took me about an hour after it fell in the toilet to put it in rice (because we didnt have any, so we had to go get some), does this affect the chances of my phone not working? and how long should i keep it in rice? some people say 2 hours, some say 3 days, some say 1 week. So idk! Any help would be amazing! this phone is my life guys! i have reminders, and events, and tasks that i only remember because of my iphone and i don’t have enough money to buy the newer iphone :( help please!

By TheLitegwplayer April 22nd, 2013 at 06:11:54
 

RT dj_RTistic: I could care less about megapixels or even hard drive space…iPhone 5 needs to have a battery that is 3-4 times the length of the iPhone 4s

By sho3a3 April 22nd, 2013 at 08:21:30
 

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