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Nexus 5 Huge Problem/Bug/IDK

22nd June 2014, 04:53 PM |#1  
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I have a problem with my camera. All the images have a smudged black spot at the lower left side.
The lense is crystal clear with no scratches or anything.

I really want help with this issue. Please help me. Is my phone broke?
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22nd June 2014, 04:59 PM |#2  
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You have something on your lens, I think you have to use warranty
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If it's on the lens, can't I clean it myself?
I don't see anything and I've tried tapping the phone on my lap thinking it would jerk that "something" off..
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Please help me!
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The lens is inside the phone. You can't get to it without voiding your warranty.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by deepak2001

If it's on the lens, can't I clean it myself?
I don't see anything and I've tried tapping the phone on my lap thinking it would jerk that "something" off..

It's not on the glass probably but on the camera lens itself, use your warranty because you can't fix it yourself
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