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Default Back Camera Poor Photos

My HTC One M8 recently started taking poor quality photos with the Duo Camera. I've uploaded two photos I've taken with back and front cameras. And there is significant difference in quality. I don't know what happened and when it happened, but it wasn't like this a week ago or so. I was using VenomRom when I discovered it yesterday and flashed latest Android Revolution, still low quality. I've tried several camera apps and all the same. Should I get it serviced ?

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taken with front camera:
 
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This has been covered a million times. Look here> http://forum.xda-developers.com/search.php
 
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This has been covered a million times. Look here> http://forum.xda-developers.com/search.php
Well, of course before opening a thread I've searched for it. But I might have chosen the wrong keywords. I've seen many camera/photo related threads none suited my problem.

Since you are keen on search may be you can help me ?
 
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Well, of course before opening a thread I've searched for it. But I might have chosen the wrong keywords. I've seen many camera/photo related threads none suited my problem.

Since you are keen on search may be you can help me ?
http://forums.androidcentral.com/htc...r-issue-8.html

Post 183.

Personally, I used a bunch of Q-tips and some rubbing alcohol.
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water may have escaped into the camera
 
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...issue-t2803825
 
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http://forums.androidcentral.com/htc...r-issue-8.html

Post 183.

Personally, I used a bunch of Q-tips and some rubbing alcohol.
This worked, thanks

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