How do you get the memory card out of a iPhone 4

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Locate the SIM card drawer on your iPhone. This drawer is on the side of the iPhone 4, but on the top of all older versions. Insert the SIM ejector tool or paper clip into the hole on the SIM card drawer. Push the tool firmly into the hole until it pops open, then gently pull the drawer open the rest of the way. Remove the SIM card from the drawer and gently push it closed until it clicks into place. !



How do you remove your sim card in a iphone4?MORE

…SIM Card Slot The slot is located at the top of the iPhone, between the headphone jack and the power button. 2. Open the Slot Take your paper clip and insert it into the little hole. Then firmly push down until the slot pops up, as shown below. 3. Remove the SIM Card The SIM card is in a cradle. You can pop the card out of the cradle. On!

How do you open an iphone 3gs to put a sim cars

To open up an iPhone 3gs to put in a SIM card, insert the end of the paper clip or SIM eject tool into the hole on the SIM tray. Press firmly and push it straight in until the tray pops out. !

How do I turn off the SimBackup on my iPhone 4

I’m not finding you can turn off the backup for your SIM card on an iphone 4, it’s automatic when the card is in the phone. To re-seat the SIM card in its slot, get a paper clip (or, as Apple cheekily calls it, the "SIM card removal tool"), unfold it, and gently push one end into the hole in the SIM card tray. This will pop the tray out of its slot. Can you use the phone without it?



6 Responses to “How do you get the memory card out of a iPhone 4”

Does an iphone 4 take a memory card?no

By GreenT February 5th, 2013 at 00:53:27
 

The memory card is located on the skinny right side of the iPhone, if its standing upright( It is located on the opposite side of the volume and ringer buttons) There should be a small dot a little bellow the center of the side, and when pushed in us

By hilaryl February 5th, 2013 at 02:38:20
 

You may have to format your 4GB Microsoft memory card before you can use it in an electronic device. Formatting will install a file system on the card which enables it to store data. Formatting a 4GB Microsoft memory card will require you t…http://www.ehow.com/how_6647675_format-4gb-microsoft-memory-card.html

By Highlander February 5th, 2013 at 05:28:31
 

The SIM card on your iPhone serves a memory card, as well as a way for your phone to connect to your network. Store information on your SIM card to keep it safe in the event your phone breaks, or to keep access to that information if you ge…http://www.ehow.com/how_8077918_out-memory-card-iphone.html

By B999V February 5th, 2013 at 07:37:32
 

Can I put my memory card now unusable bc the slide from my broken iphone into off ebay? my phones screen is completely a new iphone i buy broken and the phone is part doesnt w

By Rahstyles February 5th, 2013 at 09:31:07
 

Samsung Charge, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Incredible 2, or iPhone 4? Okay, so I’ve been debating about which phone to get because my contract ends on August 8th. For awhile it started out with iPhone 4 or Android. I literally changed my mind like 50 times but I think I have finally narrowed it down to an Android phone. I like how you can always upgrade your memory on your phone with a removable micro SD card and I feel like the Android Marketplace is pretty much up to par with the AppStore. So after deciding on an Android phone, I need to decide which one im going to get. Basically I have 3 options im considering. The Samsung Charge, The HTC Thunderbolt, or the HTC Incredible 2. Now the Incredible 2 doesn’t have 4G but in all honestly im not sure if that bothers me or not. We don’t have 4G connection in Chesapeake, Virginia anyways and im just high school kid so its not like im going to be spending a lot of time in big cities on business trips or anything. Which phone do you recommend I get and why? And if you have a good argument for the iPhone 4 I want to hear it as well. Thanks for your time
this is Verizon

By spirittina February 5th, 2013 at 12:05:06
 

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