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Remove front cover

Hi , i have broken the front screen (lens) and have been trying to remove it with no success, anyone know how? thanks simon

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    I want to change the coner of this mobile

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You should take the phone to a mobile center and have them remove it for you.

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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