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How to remove the back of Samsung 932MW/GW

I need to remove the back of my SM932MW but can't quite work out how to do it. I have a loose speaker which I need to fix and need to get into the back to fix it. I have undone the two screws but not sure if I need to prise the back open and if so whereabout?

Any help would be appreciated!

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Yeah you need to prise it out..
Start from the bottom corners first.

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