Galaxy W: How to insert or remove the SIM card and battery?

Last Update Date : Apr 09. 2018

 

 

1. Lift the bottom of the battery cover away from the phone using the notch in the centre of the phone's bottom edge.

 

 

Inserting a SIM card into the Galaxy W - 1   Inserting a SIM card into the Galaxy W - 2 

 

2. Insert the SIM card with the metal contacts facing down and slide it into the SIM card slot (or slide it out to remove it).

 

 Inserting a SIM card into the Galaxy W - 3 Inserting a SIM card into the Galaxy W - 4 

 

3. Line up the gold contacts on the battery with the contacts on the phone. Insert the top part of the battery first and then push the battery down into place. Lift the battery from the bottom to remove it.

 

Inserting a battery into the Galaxy W - 1 Inserting a battery into the Galaxy W - 2 

 

4. Place the battery cover back over the phone and then push down until it clicks into place.

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