Can’t find your Settings app on your phone? No worries, we have you covered!
Your Settings app is usually associated with this icon and will be titled ‘Settings’. Here are three different ways to find your Settings app:
- The All Apps Screen
Go to Home Screen > swipe or tap All Apps > Locate the icon and tap it
- Search Bar
Go to the Home Screen > swipe or tap All Apps > On the Search bar type in ‘Settings’ > Tap on Settings icon
- Quick Settings Menu
Swipe down from the top side of the screen. You will then see a compact or expanded view.
If you still can’t find the Settings icon, you’ll have to swipe down again to access the expanded Quick Settings menu. The Settings Icon should then be displayed on the bottom right corner of the menu.
Your Settings app is usually associated with this icon and will be titled ‘Settings’. It will normally be found on your home screen.
You may also use the Search tool and type in ‘Settings’ and the app should appear.
We’ve upgraded our network, so that means your SIM Card will need an upgrade, too! Since we’re now on one of America’s largest 4G LTE/5G networks, we’re sending you a SIM Card that is compatible with our new network to replace your current one. This will be a completely FREE upgrade for you.
You’ll first have to confirm your shipping address on our site before we can get your order ready to ship. Once you’ve done so, your SIM Card should be shipped within 24-48 hours. You’ll then be sent an email with tracking details as soon as your order has been shipped.
If you still need to verify your address, log into your account to do so.
This means your phone is having trouble connecting to our network, but it can easily be fixed! You’ll just have to update your carrier settings. This will improve your connection and performance.
Just follow these three simple steps:
- Make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network.
- Tap Settings > Hit General > Click About. If an update is available, you’ll see an option to update your carrier settings.
- If available, select to update.
Once this has been completed, your carrier settings should be updated, and you should no longer be experiencing dropped calls. If you are, please give our Customer Support team a call at 1(855) 754-6543.
You may also receive a notification similar to the below. Follow the steps above to update these.
Having trouble with your upgraded SIM Card? We’ve broken this down for you with a few videos that should help you get started.
Why do I need to upgrade my SIM Card & where can I confirm my address?
We upgraded our network to one of America’s largest 4G LTE/5G providers . This means faster speeds, wider coverage, and a stronger connection but FREE to you every month. It also means your current SIM Card will no longer be compatible with our network, which is why we’re sending you a new one.
All you need to do is confirm your shipping address in your account so we can send you a new, compatible SIM Card that will connect you to this new network.
Getting Started – I have my SIM Card Kit, now what?
Open the package to locate your SIM Card and the tools you’ll need to complete your activation.
The SIM Card Kit is divided into four steps:
- Locating Your SIM Card
- Performing a Network Reset
- Placing a Test Call
- Downloading the My Mobile Account app
Here’s a quick video to walk you through each step! And if you need help locating your SIM Card, this will help you find it, too.
I found my SIM Card, but I’m not sure how to insert it.
Inserting your SIM Card into your phone is the most important step of the activation process! It connects your phone to our new network. We also understand it can be a bit tricky to do, so we’ve broken this down for you step-by-step.
- Locate your SIM Card
Your SIM Card may be found underneath your phone’s back cover or in a tray on the side or top panel. You can use the ejector tool included in your SIM Card Kit to open the SIM tray.
2. Choose your SIM Card
Please select the right SIM Card size to ﬁt into your phone’s tray. The back of your SIM Card includes three different sizes for you to use as a guide.
3. Insert your SIM Card
Carefully insert your new Q Link SIM Card (gold-side down) into the phone’s SIM slot and gently close the tray or back cover. You are all set! Follow the instructions on the screen to activate your phone. You may need to perform a Network Reset, and your phone will be ready to use.
Pro-tip: Some Android back covers will have a small indentation on the lower corner. This is where you can lift the cover up to remove it.
Troubleshooting – My Upgraded SIM Card Isn’t Working With My ZTE
If you have a ZTE and are receiving an error message after inserting your upgraded SIM Card, this can be fixed by just updating your software.
Visit our guide here that will teach you how to update your software and get your phone up and running.
All SIM Cards are typically shipped within 24 – 48 hours after address confirmation. If it’s been over seven days since you received your tracking details, and you still haven’t received your order, please give our Customer Support team a call at 1 (888) 505-7678. Our reps will confirm, or update your shipping address and then place an order for a replacement SIM Card. Make sure to keep an eye out for an email with tracking details.
Yes, you can! We know how important it is to keep your number, so we’ve made sure that our customers won’t lose this in the process. To make sure you can continue to use your current Q Link number, you’ll have to insert your upgraded SIM Card into your phone & place a test call. This will activate the new SIM Card, and your current number will then be tied back to it.
If you have questions on how to activate, please give our direct-to-agent line a call at, 1 (888) 505-7678.
Of course! We’ve upgraded our network to 4G LTE/5G but that doesn’t mean 4G LTE is gone. Based on your current phone model, and physical location, your new SIM Card will connect to whichever network is most compatible. Your phone will do this automatically, so your connection is seamless and uninterrupted.
For information on our nationwide coverage, visit our coverage map.
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