Mobile Phones Android How to Remove Motorola Droid 2 Back Cover If you still have a Droid 2, here's how to remove the battery By Jason Hidalgo Writer Jason Hidalgo is an award-winning technology and business journalist whose writing has also appeared in Engadget, USA Today, and the Reno Gazette-Journal. our editorial process Jason Hidalgo Updated December 06, 2019 Google Android Switching from iOS Tweet Share Email If you have a classic like the Droid 2, here's a quick and simple tutorial that shows how to remove its back cover. To access the MicroSD memory card and the battery, all you need to do is quickly slide the cover and flip the phone over. How to Remove or Take Out the Motorola Droid 2 Back Cover Turn over the Motorola Droid 2 and slide the back cover downwards. If you're not able to slide the cover with one hand, use both hands to get a better grip and more leverage. With enough pressure, the Droid 2’s back cover should slide down. Motorola Droid 2 With Back Cover Removed With the back cover removed, you can see the battery and the MicroSD card, which is tucked in the upper-left corner. This is where you access the SIM card on the Droid 2 Global version. How To Remove or Replace the Motorola Droid 2 Battery To take out the Droid 2 battery, insert the tip of your fingernail into the slot at the bottom and pull out. It should come free without much force. How To Remove or Replace the Motorola Droid 2 Micro SD Memory Card Taking out the memory card isn’t as easy as removing the battery, but it's still fairly simple. The key here is using leverage. Slide the MicroSD memory card out by either pulling on the groove on its edge or pinching it and pulling out. To put the memory card back, slide it in and push. How to Put Back or Replace the Motorola Droid 2 Back Cover To replace the back cover of a Droid 2, lay in the cover smoothly, line up the fasteners, and slide the cover into place. The metal fasteners on the bottom of the back cover must align with their respective slots. Don't force it; something could accidentally break. If the cover needs to be forced into place, something is misaligned and the cover should be repositioned so that it slides into place easily. How to Lock or Snap the Motorola Droid 2 Cover Back Into Place With the Motorola Droid 2 Back cover aligned into place, push it until it clicks. It doesn't require much grip. Use your nails to push down on the groove by the metal trim to snap the cover into place. Your Droid 2 is back together and ready to go.