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By rahan95, Senior Member on 8th March 2011, 10:20 PM
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7th June 2011, 05:26 AM |#31  
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Ok guys, i too have broken 1 pin from the sim tray, and i got some tin foil and placed it where the missing pin was and slid my sim card in and it worked. If it works for you please reply. if you need a picture please reply.
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7th June 2011, 03:33 PM |#32  
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Welcome to the club! It seems that this is happening a lot.

Please, take a picture and post for us.
7th June 2011, 07:58 PM |#33  
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I dont have 8 posts so i cant link you to the picture... so if you go to my albums the picture will be there!
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8th June 2011, 06:11 PM |#34  
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Originally Posted by shan123

Tried to put microsim with adaptor, it was working fine till i had to remove it. And now 1 pin is broken and doesnt detect sim card anymore. So how can i fix it?

Check my post #24 for a quick fix. Works fine.
9th June 2011, 03:28 PM |#35  
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I dont have 8 posts so i cant link you to the picture... so if you go to my albums the picture will be there!

So how do I get your photo album? Sorry I'm a noob if there was a way to search for it.
9th June 2011, 04:27 PM |#36  
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I'm in the same boat but I didn't leave the Nexus S in my drawer like some of the folks here. Here's what I did...I used a small thin-film conductor (like a wire or or metallic point of contact) and slid it with tweezers at the point of the break (I had the middle pin broken) and then slid the sim card over it.

The SIM card will try to push this film out. That's where the tweezers help. Gently lift the SIM card and lodge it in again. This basically creates a short circuit between the joint where the pin would have been and the place on the SIM card where it needs to connect.

Super simple solution without soldering. But, you still have to re-do when you swap a sim card.

The SIM card is a tight fit and hence the film will stay.

Hey do you have any pics of this?
9th June 2011, 07:12 PM |#37  
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So how do I get your photo album? Sorry I'm a noob if there was a way to search for it.

Scratch that question. I saw the pic. Thanks Omvir. It worked
17th September 2011, 12:17 AM |#38  
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Does anyone find the tray to buy ?
17th September 2011, 02:17 AM |#39  
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i've seen them available in china a few days ago.
17th September 2011, 03:35 AM |#40  
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i've seen them available in china a few days ago.

By "In China" you mean in some web store located in China ou in a "off-line" store ? I did not found it anywhere. I've looked on ebay, etc. and nothing.....
17th September 2011, 03:52 AM |#41  
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By "In China" you mean in some web store located in China ou in a "off-line" store ? I did not found it anywhere. I've looked on ebay, etc. and nothing.....


in china, i go there quite often.

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