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If you're confident in disassembly, that's the safest way. You only have to remove screws up to the board level (no ribbons for components on exterior, etc). Once you remove all the screws you'll be able to push the sim out from the opposite side or literally remove the board using the sim tray as an anchor to pull itself out.
I definitely wouldn't go hacking away at this unless it's with a #00 screwdriver. You damage the sim reader on that model and it's SMT (surface mount soldering) and from what it sounds like you don't want to go there lol.
-Be gently. Don't get pliers, please!
+Be gentle. Don't go at it with pliers...please!

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Post originale di: Josh Mac ,

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If you're confident in disassembly, that's the safest way. You only have to remove screws up to the board level (no ribbons for components on exterior, etc). Once you remove all the screws you'll be able to push the sim out from the opposite side or literally remove the board using the sim tray as an anchor to pull itself out.

I definitely wouldn't go hacking away at this unless it's with a #00 screwdriver. You damage the sim reader on that model and it's SMT (surface mount soldering) and from what it sounds like you don't want to go there lol.

Be gently. Don't get pliers, please!

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