The Moto G6 comes with an intermediate mobile phone card and two carrier chips. The launch of Motorola in 2018 also makes it possible to include a microSD memory card up to 128 GB if 32 GB or 64 GB storage is not enough to store documents, photos and videos, among others.
In the following tutorial, TechTudo shows putting or exchanging chips and memory cards in the successor to the Moto G5. The procedure was performed on the model with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, but also for turbinate editing.
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Step 1. Locate the chip extractor in the Moto G6 box.
Find the chip extractor in the Moto G6 case
Step 2. Then locate the Moto G6 tray and the hole to fit the puller on the top of the phone.
Locate the Moto G6 chipset and memory card drawer
Step 3. Snap the puller into the tray hole and press.
Insert the extractor into the hole of the Moto G6
Step 4. The tray will be loose. Then pull it out.
Pull out the Moto G6 drawer
Step 5. Place the chip in the tray as shown. Notice that there are three spaces. From left to right, you can add the main SIM, an auxiliary and a memory card up to 128 GB.
Put the chip in the Moto G6 tray as in the picture
Step 6. Then, return the tray to your smartphone and use it normally.
Put the drawer back into the Moto G6
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