Remove a Nano SIM Card from Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

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    In order to take out or remove a nano-SIM from your Galaxy Tab, you will need a SIM card removal tool, like the one you can see in my right hand
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    Then, you will need to locate the nano-SIM card slot
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    This slot is located on the lower right hand side of your device.
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    To find it, make sure your device is facing up with the camera and Samsung logo at the top and the fingerprint scanner at the bottom
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    Now, place your left hand on the left side of the device to hold it steady as you slowly lift up the right side of the device. On the right hand side, you will see two slots, each with a small hole. The smaller slot is for the nano-SIM card, and the larger slot is for the micro-SD card. For this tutorial, we will focus on the nano-SIM card.
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    To remove the nano-SIM card from the slot, you need to insert the pointy end of your SIM card removal tool into the small hole of the nano-SIM card slot
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    Now, slowly lower the device so it is resting flat, place a hand on it to stabilize it, and give a push on the removal tool
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    You will note that the SIM card tray slightly comes out
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    If you have fingernails or small enough fingers, you can pull the SIM card out from this position
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    If you do not have fingernails, you can use the loop end of the SIM card removal tool to help release the SIM card tray
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    When the tray is out of the slot a bit more, you will be able to grab it and pull it directly out of the slot
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    Note that this process should be done on a table or other flat, clean surface, because when you pull out the nano-SIM tray, the nano-SIM card may fall out
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If you need help inserting the nano SIM card, please check out our other tutorial on how to insert a nano-SIM card for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. This has been a VisiHow tutorial on how to remove a nano SIM card on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. If you're having trouble removing the nano-SIM on your Galaxy Tab S2, then simply leave your questions, comments, or suggestions in the area below; and we'll do our best to get back to you. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!

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