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Adapter hi, i just bought the memory card for my phone and i wanted to put the pictures on my phone. i took the smallest card and put it in the medium sized adapter, but i need it in the large. i cant get it out of the medium one. do i push on it like when its in the phone to eject? do i pull it out? i dont want to break it. thanks for any help

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Hi,

You need to gently pull it out.

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