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Camera scratch i seemed to have some how scratch the glass/or plastic piece thats over the camera, so now the pics are jacked up, i just got the eternity, and i have no phone insurance

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Consider taking it for some repairs. i wont cost up to $5.

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If you look closely at the metal bezel around the lens, you will see a seam between two metallic parts, near the front surface of the lens.Take a knife and gently work it around that seam until you separate the two pieces. They are held together with doublestick tape, so they come apart easily. That will expose the lens which is actually not a lens at all, it's a window; a flat glass disk. Take the tip of a pointy knife and gently pry the glass piece(s) off. Again, this is held on with double-stick tape so it will come off easily. If you can find a glass disc that is the same diameter and thickness, you can place that in. The disc is a 20mm diameter by 1mm thick. You can probably order a replacement watch crystal from somewhere like this place:

http://www.esslinger.com/roundmineralglasscrystalx1mmthick.aspx

They cost less than a dollar (not including minimum orders, shipping, etc), and they are probably more scratch/crack resistant.

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The metallic bit you took off is little more than a piece of tin foil.
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the jack that is affixed to the board has already been damaged beyond repair, which means that if it were ripped out the odds of micro soldering those connections are not likely, (I've tried similar on cell phones they us a chemical soldering method and precision heating to make the connection, bet bet is to find a camera connection for the camera and transfer pics to the cam to print on the dock. Good Luck

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