Question about Cell Phones
I repaired mine by using a knife to pick out the old one. Then I opened the back by removing the 4 screws and prying it apart. I cut a piece of clear plastic the size of the lens from a flash memory box, removed the black ring around the hole on the inside and pressed the new lens in, replacing it. I used a little glue to hold it in and put the black washer on top of it. Then I closed up the phone. It works great. With the new lens inside, it won't get broken again.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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