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Just curious, for those who remove their SIM card frequently (eg; frequent travellers, have multiple SIMs), do you carry your original Nexus 5 SIM ejector tool around with you?

Being an iPhone user for years, I never had to worry as I can find paperclips pretty easily and they do the job... but on the Nexus 5, the hole for the SIM eject tool is so tiny...
 
 
6th January 2014, 06:54 AM |#2  
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i have successfully used cheap toothpicks that you buy from a grocery store.
6th January 2014, 07:13 AM |#3  
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I used a paperclip at times but was afraid of it breaking some times so I carry a Sim tool ejector right behind my case its very thin and I don't notice any bulk on it

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i have successfully used cheap toothpicks that you buy from a grocery store.

Toothpick? I thought toothpicks are usually thicker than paperclips?

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I used a paperclip at times but was afraid of it breaking some times so I carry a Sim tool ejector right behind my case its very thin and I don't notice any bulk on it

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The paperclips I have don't seem to fit...

6th January 2014, 08:53 AM |#5  
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I keep the tool from the N5 and the one from the Moto X on a keyring and keep them in a zipper pouch in which I also keep whatever phone I'm not using at the time, along with extra sim adapters. I swap between the two phones almost daily so I keep everything safe, handy, and in one spot.
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I use the pin in my pocket knife. Seems to work fine, although you have to check them in when flying obviously.

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6th January 2014, 03:05 PM |#7  
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A staple pin will work too.
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Toothpick? I thought toothpicks are usually thicker than paperclips?

the tip is usually very thin for couple of millimeters. thats all you need anyway.
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