Such adaptors certainly exist. You just need a Nano SIM to Standard SIM
adapter, such as this one:
Sorry to hear that this has happened to your SmartVision. It's primarily why
we're no longer selling them through Pacific Vision. It may be worth your
trying a different USBC cable or wall adaptor.
On 12/04/2021 5:32 pm, Sharon S wrote:
Hi all, today when I was out and about I got my smart vision II out to check
something and it wasn’t working. I tried holding down the power button but
nothing happened. I thought I had plenty of battery life left so couldn’t
understand what was going on. So, I left it until I got home and plugged it in.
It has been on charge for over half an hour now with no response. I have
removed the battery a couple of times but it does nothing. Is there anything
else I can try? This is not good since I am currently waiting for am important
text message. I might be able to move my sim card into an old phone of a family
member but I’m not used to using a touch screen. I have some old talking phones
here but they all take bigger sim cards then the Smart vision and I don’t think
there is an adapter to make the sim card bigger. If there is such an adaptor
please let me know because I would prefer to use one of my old phones that I am
used to using rather then learning a whole new phone.
Thanks for any help.
Blindness Products Consultant
Pacific Vision International (Aust) Pty Ltd
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