Galaxy S7/S8: Insert or Remove SIM & SD Card Tray

If you bought a Samsung Galaxy S7, S8 and you don’t know how to Insert or Remove SIM and SD Card Tray. Then follow the instructions below in order to learn that.

As the technology is getting upgraded, it’s also getting hard to learn. We have seen smartphone manufacturers are giving us more and more upgraded devices every year. Not all of us are pro’s and sometimes an average mobile user doesn’t know how to perform such simple task.

Let’s start the process to tell you how to Insert or Remove SIM & SD Card Tray on Galaxy S7/S8/Note 8.

Galaxy S7/S8: Insert or Remove SIM & SD Card Tray

Galaxy S7/S8/Note 8: Insert or Remove SIM & SD Card Tray:

I have made a step by step tutorial, In which I’ll tell you how you can Insert or Remove SIM & SD Card Tray on Galaxy S7/S8/Note 8.

Step1: Locate your SIM & SD Card Try. If you own a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S8 then you can find it easily at the top side of your device, as shown in the photo.

Step2: You’ll get eject tool with your device, gently put it in and slowly press it and your SIM tray will pop-out as show below.

Step3: Now use your nail and drag out the SIM tray slowly.

There you go, this is how you can remove your SIM & SD card tray out of your Samsung Galaxy S7 and S8. Now in order to insert it back, follow the steps below.

Insert SIM & SD Card Tray:

All you have to do is put the SIM card tray back at the same point from where you drag it out. Now instead of pulling you need to push a little and your SIM tray will be inserted back.

That’s all, this is how you can Insert or Remove SIM & SD Card Tray on Galaxy S7/S8/Note 8.

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