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Published on May 11, 2016
Over-using, liquid-entering or extreme environment exposing would lead to a damage to Motorola Moto G (3rd gen) SIM Card Connector, which would make it fail to read your card or even ruin your card. To prevent things from getting worse, a replacement of Motorola Moto G (2015) SIM Card and SD Card Connector is absolutely necessary. Here is a Motorola Moto G (3rd Generation) SIM Card Connector Repair Guide, which shows how to replace the worn or damaged Card Reader. Get new and original Motorola Moto G （3rd gen）2015 SIM Card Connector at http://bit.ly/1VytQK3 Get full and original Motorola Moto G3 replacement parts at http://bit.ly/1MVh1r6
Steps: Step1 Power off Step2 Remove the LCD Screen Step3 Remove the Motherboard Step4 Remove the SIM Card Connector Step5 Install a new SIM Card Connector Step6 Put the Motherboard back Step7 Put on the LCD Supporting Frame Sticker Step8 Put back the LCD Screen
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