Insert the Nano SIM Card in a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

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You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to insert a nano SIM card into the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. In order to put a nano SIM in your Galaxy Tab, you're going to need two things.

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    The first thing that you're going to need is a SIM card removal tool
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    It is shown on the right hand
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    The second thing that you're going to need is a nano SIM card
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    It is shown on the left hand. The removal tool and the nano SIM card are two necessary things for adding the nano SIM card to the Galaxy Tab S2.
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    We will move over to the bottom right side of our Galaxy Tab S2
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    You will notice the bottom because the fingerprint sensor is on the bottom
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    The front-facing camera is on the top
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    Now, lift your Tab
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    You're going to look on the side.
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    You will see two holes with little pieces that come out
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    We need the bottom hole
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    What we're going to do is just push the pointy end of our SIM card removal tool
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    Then, we're going to firmly grasp the device and give a little push
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    Once you do it, you will see a small tab.
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    Set the device back down
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    You will note that on the edge of the Tab you can see just a little bit of the SIM sticking out
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    You can take your fingers if you have fingernails and pull that out
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    If you don't have fingernails, you can take the large end of the SIM card removal tool
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    Then, put the end of the removal tool and in the notch and give a little push
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    Then, pull out
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    The Samsung Galaxy Tab has a plastic back, so if you're careful, you're not going to scratch it.
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    The next thing we're going to do is take our SIM card tray exactly as it is when it comes out
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    Take note of where the notch in the top of the tray is
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    Then, we're going to take our SIM card and place it into the tray
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    Then, push the tray exactly back in
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    Do note, that the plastic white or colored side of your SIM card should be facing up
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    The gold or shiny side should be facing down
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    Put the tray in and give a little push
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    The card is pushed in.
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Questions and Answers

Couldn't find SIM slot to insert SIM card in Samsung Galaxy SM-T813 tablet?

Hello, many thanks for the prompt response. I've a Samsung Galaxy SM-T813 tablet and I wanted to use SIM card in it, but there is no slot for that, the device has only SD card slot.. I have tried: Watched the how to videos from different sites, but the referred slot is not available on my tablet. I think it was caused by: I really don't know. Could be the design or manufacturing defect

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I can't find a SIM slot on my Samsung tab S2, where is it hiding?

I can only find an SD card holder, there is no other slot for a SIM card... help me? All Samsung tablet S2 that I see in pics have 2 slots, one for a SD card and one for a SIM card... mine only has an SD card slot.....

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What is the notch in the top of the SIM Card tray?

I have notches in the top and bottom of my SIM Card tray. I do not understand step 18 of the instructions. I give up. how much more information do you need? I have tried: I have looked at the instructions and the SIM card holder. What more can I do? I think it was caused by: I cannot understand step 18. Is this not clear enough for you?

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