// July 7, 2008, 11:03 AM PST
It looks like a pack of chewing gum or prophylactics, but inside lies a sophisticated microchip.
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FrankenBerry, It's Alive!
Seems pretty straightforward.
This is what the instructions look like for a "Type 2" SIMORE chip.
Okay, here we go.
To help you with the SIM trimming, a special sticker is supplied to guide your scissors. Be sure to remove the sticker after cutting, or the metal contacts on the SIM won't function.
SIMs trimmed and ready to go.
The SIMORE is loaded into its metal sheath, ready for action.
The SIMORE chip inserted into the SIM slot of the BlackBerry 8820.
Hey, the Blackberry booted and I have a new icon.
Here's where you switch which SIM you are using.
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