If you have a dual SIM Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22, or S22 Plus, you may be wondering how to manage the SIM cards effectively. In this article, we will discuss the steps you need to take to switch between the two SIM cards easily.
The first step, of course, is to insert the SIM cards into the phone. Once this is done, you can go to the settings, then connections, and then to the SIM card manager. Here, you can manage your SIM cards.
To turn off one of the SIM cards or both, simply tap on the card you want to turn off and confirm. This will turn off one of the SIM cards, including calls, messages, and data, until you turn it back on again.
If you want to add an eSIM, you can do so by tapping on the option and following the setup process, which usually involves scanning a QR code provided by your carrier.
You can also choose a preferred SIM card for specific actions, such as calls, messages, and mobile data. You can choose to make calls by default with SIM card 1 or SIM card 2, or you can set it to always ask you which SIM card you want to use.
With messages, you can choose the default SIM card you want to use for sending messages. For mobile data, you can set a default SIM card, or you can enable auto data switching, which will switch to the other SIM card if the default SIM card cannot access mobile data.
You can also rename your SIM cards to personal names and change the icons associated with them. However, adding phone numbers of specific SIM cards is not recommended.
With these steps, you can easily manage your dual SIM Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22, or S22 Plus. We hope this article has been helpful in guiding you through the process of switching between dual SIM cards.