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Removing the MicroSD card

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I inserted the card in by pushing it into the slot. I want to remove it but how exactly to? Do I just pull it out(It doesn't seem to come out easily though)?

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Not tried it myself yet but I would try a thin feeler gauge under the back edge. Feeler gauges are used to check spark plug gaps by the way just in case you've never heard of them. But anything really thin should help, someone on here(can't remember who) broke his card in half so be gentle.

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Not tried it myself yet but I would try a thin feeler gauge under the back edge. Feeler gauges are used to check spark plug gaps by the way just in case you've never heard of them. But anything really thin should help, someone on here(can't remember who) broke his card in half so be gentle.

I used a plastic card. Took a lot of time to remove it safely. Thanks! :)

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If you gently lift the plastic that the back end of the microSD is up against, you can just slide it out. So you don't need to bend the card.

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