Removing the camera coverWith the six case screws removed, we can begin removing the case, by gently prying loose the camera cover. It is held in place by a thin piece of adhesive tape and a single plastic tab. Using a pointed metal blade, I was able to release the tab and pry loose the cover without breaking it.
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