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[* black] Like its predecessors, the Droid 3's rear case is held in place by a few T5 Torx screws.
[* black] Motorola likes to hide screws and latches beneath the information label, making opening the phone a rather sticky affair.
[* black] Of course, these obstacles are of little challenge to our [product|IF145-002|spudgers], [product|IF145-022|54-piece bit driver kits], and talented fingers.
+ [* icon_note] There are a total of 9 screws: 8 black screws which can be seen along the edge, and one silver screw located under a small black sticker under the sim slot.
[* black] With the screws unscrewed, the clips unclipped, and the stickers unsticked, we get a full-on exposè of the Droid 3's innards.