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General switching sim cards for travel

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jimy3000, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. jimy3000

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    If i switch my carriers sim card to one just for travel....what happens when i turn on the phone with a new sim card?

    do i log into google with my account and all my settings remain? ie. apps,
    never having a smartphone i'm not familiar with where the apps are stored or what if anything is stored on the sim card
     

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  2. binary visions

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    Nothing is stored in the SIM card. You won't even have to re-log in with your Google account.

    As long as your phone can establish connectivity to a data network (i.e. you are activated on a cell network), you're good. Switching SIM cards is not much different than switching Wifi networks.
     
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