Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the best smartphones out there. The device shines in every department whether its the performance or the camera. We also get a Hole Punch display for the first time with the Galaxy S10 series. The phone comes with a 6.1 inch HDR 10+ AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels. Coming to the performance of the device, it comes with a Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 coupled with 8GB of RAM. Some other cool new features of Galaxy S10 include Reverse Powershare, Ultrasonic Fingerprint sensor, Stereo Speakers, etc.
These are some of the things which make the Galaxy S10 one of the most selling smartphones of 2019. If you’re one of those customers, who have just bought a Galaxy S10. In this post, we’ll be guiding you on how to Insert/Remove SD card and SIM card in Galaxy S10.
Guide to Insert/Remove SD card and a SIM card in Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the rare flagship smartphones which still offer expandable storage support with the help of an SD card. The device supports a nano-SIM card which goes in the same tray as your micro SD card. You can expand your Galaxy S10’s storage by using a micro SD card up to 512 GB. Now without any further ado, let’s see how you can Insert or Remove an SD card or a Sim card in Galaxy S10.
- Step 1: You can switch out the SD card or the SIM card without turning off your Galaxy S10 but to avoid any loss or corruption of data, we’ll recommend you to turn off your device for this process.
- Step 2: Find the combined nano SIM / microSD card tray on top of your Galaxy S10
- Step 3: Grab the SIM insertion tool that comes within the box. As an alternative, you can also use a paper clip as well.
- Step 4: Push the pointy end of the SIM insertion tool into the pinhole on the sim card tray until the tray pops out.
- Step 5: Pull out the SIM card tray out of the slot.
- Step 6: Now you can insert/remove your micro SD card or a sim card. Make sure the Gold contact bars of your sim card and micro sd card are facing downwards.
- Step 7: Now carefully slide the SIM tray inside and push until you hear a click.
Boot up your Galaxy S10, and that’s it. The phone will start looking for the network, and you will also get a little popup for the micro SD card detected. Now in some cases, the device will ask you to format the microSD card in order to access it. In that case, you will have to format your SD card.
If you face any trouble while setting up your new Galaxy S10 or you are facing issues while inserting/removing a sim card or an SD card on your Galaxy S10, do let us know in the comment section below.
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