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Questions and Answers
Are Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 6 compatible with one another's SIM cards?
I just upgraded to an iPhone 6 from a Samsung Galaxy S3 and wanted to know if I could transfer my contacts from my SIM card?
Unfortunately, the Samsung Galaxy S3 uses a microSIM card, whereas the new Apple iPhone 6 uses a nanoSIM card. This means that you will not be able to use your old SIM card in your new phone, unless you cut it down to the exact size. Even then, you risk breaking the SIM card and as a result losing your contacts data. You can, of course, manually enter each of your contacts into your new iPhone by looking through your Galaxy S3's Contacts application, but that takes a lot of time. You can also follow these instructions to import your SIM cards contacts to your Samsung Galaxy S3 so you can use an app to share the contacts between your old and new phones:
- 1Turn your phone off.
- 2Put your SIM card into your Samsung Galaxy S3.
- 3Turn your phone on.
- 4Open your phone's Contacts application.
- 5Press the Menu key, located in the lower left-hand corner of your phone.
- 6Tap Import/Export contacts from SIM.
- 7Tap Import and follow the onscreen instructions.
- 8Tap this link on your Samsung Galaxy S3, and tap this link on your iPhone 6.Once the contacts have been imported, download the Copy My Data application on both your devices.
- 9Open the applications on both phones and make sure they're both connected to the same WiFi network.
- 10The app will now transfer your contacts and other information.
You have successfully transferred your contacts from your old Samsung Galaxy S3 to your new Apple iPhone 6.
What are the chances of cutting a SIM card and it goes wrong?
I am getting an iPhone 6 and I am aware that my SIM will not fit into the iPhone. I will have to cut it, therefore making it into a nano-SIM. I personally am not very good at things like this so I have decided to pay a phone shop to do it instead. I am just concerned about the likelihood of it goes wrong, because I have no other option and I need this SIM. I have tried: All I have done is looked it up briefly on the internet
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