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[* black] All it takes is a push from a fingernail to get the micro SD card out of its tiny house. So out it went with little effort on our part.
[* black] Speaking of removing the micro SD card, if you're upgrading from a 3DS, 2DS, or 3DS XL, check out our (and NIntendo's) [guide|36349|guide on how to transfer your data|new_window=true].
[* black] Nintendo hid two screws under a couple of rubber feet; the other six were exposed when we removed the bottom cover. We've been in this game long enough to not fall for that hidden-screw trick.
[* black] We push-pinned those little rubbers out of the 3DS, and presto-blamo — cracked it open!