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Replacement sim removal tool?
GaryA73
Novice

I misplaced my sim removal tool and I need to open the sim card holder to put in a new memory card.  For those on the East coast and have BJs memberships they are offering a SanDisk 128gb for $24.99. In club only.

SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I Card - BJ's Wholesale Club

I have been looking online for removal tools but many of them aren't the small needle type that the Droid Z Force needs.  Some of the auctions on Ebay can't even guarantee you will receive the one in the picture and some Amazon items have poor reviews stating that the item they received was not the same as the one in the picture.

Do Verizon stores (corporate and/or franchise) stores sell them? What about those cell phone kiosks in malls or in farmers markets?

Or does someone know of a cell phone repair kit that includes a sim removal tool that will fit the Z Force?

Thanks.

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Re: Replacement sim removal tool?
tikibar1
Community Leader
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Have you tried using a small paper clip, safety pin, needle, push pin, toothpick, or stud-type earring?

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Re: Replacement sim removal tool?
tikibar1
Community Leader
Community Leader

Have you tried using a small paper clip, safety pin, needle, push pin, toothpick, or stud-type earring?

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