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How to fucking unscrew this little shit.

I was able to unscrew the rest just fine. But just when I'm down to the last remaining screw, this lone fucker decides to put on a fecken feight.

I already tried everything. I used a screwdriver that fits perfectly. Rotated it for god knows how long. Attached a strong magnet to amplify the screwdriver's magnetic fuckery. Tried unscrewing upside down to add gravitational force. Tried chopsticking the fuck outta it. Slapped the back of it like I slap rice sacks in supermarkets. Ran physics simulations on a supercomputer. Still won't come off.

(ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻

It's just there, looking like it's about to come off with a dip of a magnetic screwdriver but IDK WHY IT WON'T COME OFFKZKKXJZJKZ!!1

You wanna put on a fight? Fine. Resist while you still can. Because once you come off, oh ho... I'm gonna do bad things to you fucker. Imma screw you in your hole till your head spins like crazy. (To screw it back ofc.)

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  • 10
    If it spins freely, just us a spudger or a pick to open the case and use the tension to see if it lifts off.
  • 2
    Glitch in the matrix.
  • 2
    If you take a blowtorch you can try melting it off
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    @SortOfTested already tried that. Still won't come off. Anymore tension and the case would break.
  • 8
    if it spins freely, get a 3sec superglue, put a bit on an old screwdriver you dont like, and a bit on the screw, put screw driver in and screw it out, while pulling on it. make sure you hold the rest of the phone in place.

    If you are feelling brave - do it with a drill bit + drill.
  • 3
    Chainsaw
  • 2
    @Ranchonyx we will keep it as a last resort... but good idea!
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    HA! AT LAST, AFTER ??? HOURS IT CAME OFF!!!
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    I kinda gave up and asked my dad to do it 10 mins ago, and he somehow managed. It did not involve a torch or chainsaw, unfortunately.

    It turns out that the tunnel-like internal thread that holds the screw, had toured the internals of the laptop (wasn't a phone @magicMirror 😂 but thanks anyway). Doesn't explain why it took us a hard time to get the loose-threaded screw. But screw that. I'm just glad it came off.

    Thank yall for your inputs! I gladly appreciate it!
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