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My Samsung Galaxy Note3 cannot read the SIM card. What should I do?
How can I make it read the SIM card? Thanks for telling me.
Remember that a SIM card (which stands for subscriber identification module card) does not store much information. The only things that can be stored on the SIM card are a few contacts and text messages; other than that, the SIM card is used to connect to your carrier's network. When you insert your SIM card into your Samsung Galaxy Note3, your phone will show that you are getting reception. Once you see the type of reception you're getting -- EDGE, 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE -- you are good to go. Your Samsung Galaxy Note3 has successfully read the SIM card and has connected to your carrier's network. If you insert your SIM card into your phone and it is unable to connect to your carrier's network, restart your phone, take out and reinsert the SIM card, and turn it back on. You should now be able to connect to your carrier's network. If not, you may have a faulty SIM card. Your next course of action is to head to your carrier's nearest store to get a replacement SIM card. The customer service representative will help you install it properly so that your Samsung Galaxy Note3 will connect to the carrier's network. If your phone still does not connect to the network after the SIM card is inserted, you may need to schedule a repair or replacement for your phone with the customer service representative at the store. If this is the case, you may or may not have to pay for repairs or the replacement depending on the severity of the issue and your warranty status with both Samsung and your carrier.
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