iCoolkit New iPhone Nano SIM Card to Micro /Stander/ full SIM card Tray Adapter Holder

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iCoolkit New iPhone Nano SIM Card to Micro /Stander/ full SIM card Tray Adapter Holder

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  • B009ABEA7E Amazon ASIN
  • Noosy Brand
  • TOOGOO Model Number
  • Categories

    SIM Card Tools & Accessories, Cell Phones & Accessories, SIM Cards & Prepaid Minutes

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  • July 18, 2013 First Seen Review Date
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Might want to refresh that account page. [R]

3 years, 10 months agoHittingSmoke posted submission on ProjectFi.
Dec. 16, 2015
3 years, 10 months agoHittingSmoke posted on ProjectFi.
Dec. 16, 2015

That's what I ordered mine for.

Here's a SIM card adapter kit for a little over a dollar shipped from Amazon if you haven't ordered one yet.

Flame Screen Responsiveness [R]

5 years, 3 months agocfinke posted submission on FireFoxOS.
July 13, 2014

Those of you who have a Flame phone, what is the screen responsiveness like? I have a ZTE Open and I have to press pretty hard to get the screen to recognize the touch or swipe. I'd also appreciate any feedback about the device as a whole. What are the devices strengths? What are its weaknesses?

5 years, 3 months agocfinke posted on FireFoxOS.
July 13, 2014

> Screen responsive is very fast. I had no problems with touch or swipe gestures. Launch time of apps, games and browser is fast. I haven't experienced any lag yet. Overall the look and feel is very neat. Device itself is pretty.

Agreed, same experience here.

> It doesn't have a slot of nano SIM's. I have to go to At&T and get a standard SIM. My other device has nano SIM. I was hoping to swtich back and forth for the time being till I swtich over my productivity to Flame device. I don't think AT&T can allow 2 SIM's with the same number though

This set of adapters is $1.39 and ships for free: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009ABEA7E/ref=pe38504030332200pe30954026725410item That's what I've been using to switch between an iPhone 5, HTC One, and Flame.

Nexus 5 In-Depth Components List [R]

6 years agominizanz posted submission on Android.
Oct. 27, 2013

Thought I'd give a list of components used in the Nexus 5. I culled the list of parts from the Nexus 5 Service Manual (LG-D821; international variant). I will not source the PDF file as it seems to be a breach in copyright infringement. You can google it and find it easily.

  • CPU:MSM8974A (Qualcomm)

  • Radio Chip: Qualcomm MDM9x25 + RF360 support <-- well-made video, deals with LTE band fragmentation (max thorough-put 150mbps, carrier aggregation/MIMO, LTE-A ready)

  • LTE Chip: WTR1605L (Qualcomm) (7-band world LTE chip. Found in the Nexus 4 and iPhone 5s) List of Supported Bands for LG-D820, NA model Here is another list from Anandtech

    • LG-D820 (North American Model): LTE bands 2/4/5/17/25/26/41
    • LG-D821 (International Model): LTE bands 1/3/5/7/8/20/41
    • Handy list of LTE networks
  • Motion Co-Processor: MPU-6515 (Invensense) (6-axis gyro + accelerometer, MEMS motion tracking. Low voltage compared to it's comparables; 1.7v minimum) (afaik the N5 will be the first to have this new low powered chip)

    "The MPU-6500 MotionTracking device sets a new benchmark for 6-axis performance with nearly 60% lower power, a 45% smaller package, industry-leading consumer gyroscope performance, and major improvements in accelerometer noise, bias, and sensitivity."

  • Power Management Controller: PM8941/PM8841 (Qualcomm) (PM8941 Found in the LG G2, Nexus 7 (2013), and Note 3)

  • WiFi/BT: BCM4339 (Broadcom) (5Ghz WiFi + 802.11ac) PA + LNA front end support

  • Audio Codec: WCD9320 (Qualcomm) '24bit x 192kHz FLAC/WAV' (found in the LG G2, among other phones like the Note 3)

  • Power controller for Display: DW8755 (Dongwoon Anatech) Lower powered than it's predecessors

  • LED Backlight: LM3630A (Texas Instruments)

  • Compass Sensor: AK8963C (Asahi Kasei Microdevices) (this component looks to be brand new. Datasheet is time-stamped for October 2013)

  • Barometer Sensor: BMP280 (Bosch SensorTec) (Datasheet here)

    • Enhancement of GPS navigation (e.g. time-to-first-fix improvement, dead-reckoning, slope detection)
    • Indoor navigation (floor detection, elevator detection)
    • Outdoor navigation, leisure and sports applications
    • Weather forecast
    • Health care applications (e.g. spirometry)
    • Vertical velocity indication (e.g. rise/sink speed)
  • Ambient/Proximity Sensor: APDS-9930 (Avago)

  • NFC Chip: BCM20793M (Broadcom) (This chip is not compatible with Google Wallet as it does not have embedded hardware security element. Same with the Nexus 7 refresh)

  • Envelope Tracking feature: [QFE1100] (Qualcomm)

  • ACPM-7600: (Avago) (This is related to power management and is currently found in the Note 3) This chip has to do with envelope tracking and carrier aggregation

  • Slimport Transmitter: ANX7808 (Analogix)

    • USB host, device or OTG data passes through by default
    • Meets requirements of Inter-Chip USB specification
    • HDMI 1.4a compliant (Stereo 3D video output support)

If there is anything I'm missing from a known source, please let me know and I can add more information. Sadly, I wasn't able to find information on the 8MP sensor that is to be used.

6 years agominizanz posted on Android.
Oct. 28, 2013

yes, they sell and exchange sim cards in store. you can also do just about all of the online only things in the store if you ask. the sim cards are also like 99cents so you could just order a micro and nano then activate what you need.


i dont see that text and data only plan, but call a store and ask.


the last option would be to buy the nano and get an adapter kit like this http://www.amazon.com/Noosy-iPhone-Stander-Adapter-Holder/dp/B009ABEA7E/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1382947970&sr=8-1&keywords=nano+sim+adapter or http://www.amazon.com/AGPtek%C2%AE-iPhone-Cutter-Adapters-Standard/dp/B009X1X9VE/ref=sr18?ie=UTF8&qid=1382947875&sr=8-8&keywords=sim+cutter

remember that all of the sims use the same metal part so it does not matter what card you order, you can always cut or adapter it fit.

What if the iPhone 5c is sold with no contract and replaces the iPod Touch? [R]

6 years, 2 months agoSept. 2, 2013


6 years, 2 months agoicase81 posted on apple.
Sept. 3, 2013

Why would SIM size be an issue? Adapters are like, $1.50


Regarding the new Nexus 7's LTE capabilities--as a Verizon customer, can I just swap out my LTE SIM card from my Galaxy S3 and place it in my Nexus 7 whenever I'd like? [R]

6 years, 3 months agoJuly 25, 2013


6 years, 3 months agoeallan posted on Android.
July 26, 2013

Uh, no, that's completely incorrect.

For less than 2 dollars you can go to and from any device you want.

I've seen people wreck a car, but I wouldn't call them fragile.

If I get a sim adapter can I use my smartphone data plan on a jetpack hotspot? [R]

6 years, 3 months agoJuly 17, 2013

Just wondering if you can swap the same sim card with different devices. iPhone to cellular iPad, or iPhone to jetpack.

If I can, can I put my cellular simcard in a pre-paid jetpack as well?

6 years, 3 months agoh1p1n3 posted on verizon.
July 18, 2013

you are correct. /u/thumbstickz is mistaken.

First, lets look at the SIM.

Yes, the exterior perimeter is reduced in these next-gen devices, but look at the points of contact. They are still located in the same area. A converter of some sorts like this Will work to put your nano sim in a micro or full sim slot. A sim, is a sim. Besides physical size, the data and functionality of them is the same.

Now that size is out of the way, lets talk about sim swapping.

Since LTE came out, the FCC has ruled that Verizon CANNOT change your plan or limit you from moving a SIM from one device or another. A simple google search will show that. And the FAQ he posted below even states that

>Can I use my Verizon Wireless 4G SIM in more than one device?

Yes; the Verizon Wireless 4G SIM card contains all of your subscriber information, so the SIM card is portable and can be used in any Verizon Wireless-certified 4G device. All usage will be billed to the account associated with the 4G SIM card. (read: NOT THE PLAN)