vanessa sefe: what the freakis freaking wrong my freaking phone cant freaking detect my freaking sim what the freak do I freaking do
Mạnh Tùng Chu: fck it , i have to restore and flash my phone 4 TIME because i put sim in upside , i thought sthing wrong with my phone or sim card
Akash Hathiyani: thanks really working
Gorgeous Martian2518: thanks :-)
Angela Gituara: Does the phone restart itself once you load the simcard
ItzFilmSong: Thank u sooo much man
Sati Farid: Thanks
Lina Laurynaite: just freaked it all up. good at least i checked out video afterwards. next time i'll now. i mean. hrrrrrrrr. now i'll be able to use this phone as a tablet :/
Jarne Wenke: thank you <3
Kevin Tusco: i loose the piece, what can i do?
Boonsita BMP: Thank, I forget how to do and your clip recall my memory.
Denisa B: do u know if xperia t3 has that plastic piece?
Darren Teo2g: thx m8
Christoph Burschka: Thanks for this video! I couldn't believe there is no arresting mechanism for this tray; it feels wrong when it just slides in without resistance. Since you needed a screwdriver to get it out, I guess that's just how it's supposed to be.
(It's even worse that it easily goes in upside down. WTF Sony, all the other handsets I've used have this figured out.)
Horizon View: Thank you.
Cutezator: The world's worst sim card slot ever invented since ice age. SONY did a really bad job selecting this model, hopefully the newer models have another system. Do this 3-4 more times and you will broke a pin on card reader. Oh... wait... it is already broken ? :) For others from comments, if your phone say No service, even with the sim-card inserted in good position, the chances are that you did broke one of the 6 hyper-super-mega-fragile quart of a millimeter pins that read the card.
Omnitrix8: THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH!!! I was always inserting it the wrong way!!!!!!!
youssra chaima: thank u :)
petitsjoujoux: Thank you all so so much!
Markus Pilskog: Should warn you all to be careful, as i broke parts of the interior by following the instructions, making the Sim card port useless