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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by iamloco724, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. iamloco724
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    how does the battery door come off?
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    On the top of the door theirs a slot that you need to pry off. Its a pain in the ass and if you don't have nails you'll need a small screwdriver or butter knife. That's what I use cuz I have no nails. You'll feel like your about to break it but you wont its pretty durable.
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    There's a little notch right by the power button, you have to kind of yank it a bit to get it off. Carefully though.
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    did it thats ridiculously hard lol
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    I like that its kinda tough... rather than having a door that will fall off after it wears a little bit... i've gotten used to it and its not so bad if you got the technique