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My Ipod is stuck! :(


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I have been having a look at my new white leather PU flip case, and it is STUCK!! I can't find a safe way to get it out, looked all over google nd youtube, I tryed pulling but it wont budge! Can anyone help?
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Sorry for the blury picture, took by my rubbish mobile . . .
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use either a fingernail or something small to pop the corner loose and then the rest of the ipod should come loose.
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