Moto E: How to insert SIM and micro SD card? Maximum storage greater than 64 GB

The Moto E, recently launched by Motorola at a price tag of 115 US $.

To insert the SIM and SD card, you had to take out this back, this back cover is only, open for that. There is no notch to remove the back cover. Try to pull out the back. This phone supports the Micro SIM. So you have to cut down the regular SIM for Moto E.

Now to insert SIM, align the SIM like that in video, the notch is toward phone and contact pads down, and then inserts the SIM into the tray. Use your finger nail to push the SIM in. You will hear the noise of clips. Similarly insert another SIM into second SIM tray. Clips noise confirms the proper insertion. The phone will ask for restarting to use SIM card, this means that the SIM on Moto E is not hot swappable. You have to restart Moto E each time, when you change the SIM, very bad.

Now to insert the SD card in to Moto E, take the card, and make the arrangement like that shown in video. Contact pads down, and then insert this into the phone. There is no clip noise while inserting. The maximum storage capable is 32 GB according to Moto E data sheet. Moto E can detect the card, but it is blank. So the 64 GB card is not working on Moto E. Is it is so, this card works on Galaxy star, and star pro. But this is not working on Moto E. What is the reason for that? You had to format this card, inside Moto G. This card will definitely works with my Moto E.

So in conclusion it is very easy to insert and eject the SIM card and the SD card in Moto E. The dual SIM capability along with high performance, make this best to buy at 115 $. Stay tune to us, to see how Moto E, performs on HD games and for many more videos.

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Disclaimer: Please note that you are dealing with very sensitive electronics parts/products. Don’t forget to use ESD protection wrist band. This video is only for knowledge. BCD Tech is not responsible for any damaged to your Mobile phone or device if you try what I did. So do this at your own risk

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