It's household cleaning powder, I mixed up a paste with a touch of powder and a few drops of water, then used a cotton swap to clean the lenses. Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
Hi all. New to this forum. Yep I'm having the cloudy camera/video camera problem with my HTC one m8. This is really frustrating and obviously quite a huge problem. My question is does toothpaste work as a kind of 'quick fix'? Also will HTC fix this problem under the manufacturers 12 months warranty ?
Its not just a "quick fix", its a permanent fix. The issue is that there is a coating (anti-glare?) that has very poor durability, and is starting to become scratched off. Just remove the coating to expose the bare glass, and the clouding goes away. The bare glass is possible to scratch over time. But I removed the coating about 8-9 months ago, and see just a few scratches on the glass (and I am not particularly gentle with my phone). And those scratches don't affect picture quality. They are not over the actual camera lens. If you look, the camera opening/lens is actually much smaller than the glass cover.