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By bornnslippy, Member on 11th April 2014, 08:26 PM
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Hi ive just got a second hand one and it has a camera problem in low light

The problem it has it has lines like a grid when using the camera in low light

This may sound strange but does the camera suffer from screen burn the same u get on a plasma tv. As im using a flip case and i wonder if thats the cause of it

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11th April 2014, 08:38 PM |#2  
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Hi ive just got a second hand one and it has a camera problem in low light

The problem it has it has lines like a grid when using the camera in low light

This may sound strange but does the camera suffer from screen burn the same u get on a plasma tv. As im using a flip case and i wonder if thats the cause of it

Thxs

no, many of the older / refurbished models have a defective camera in them
some show purple / or other colors in low light.
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no, many of the older / refurbished models have a defective camera in them
some show purple / or other colors in low light.

Any way of fixing it?
11th April 2014, 08:53 PM |#4  
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Any way of fixing it?

no... sending it back to htc is the fix
11th April 2014, 09:00 PM |#5  
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no... sending it back to htc is the fix

Oh ive rooted it will that be a problem?

Also whats the Warranty on theses phones?

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11th April 2014, 10:00 PM |#6  
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Oh ive rooted it will that be a problem?

Also whats the Warranty on theses phones?

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for warranty, you have to check with retailer himself, & your problem is hardware related, so maybe rooting might not matter, but it is advised to unroot it before taking it back to Service Center....
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for warranty, you have to check with retailer himself, & your problem is hardware related, so maybe rooting might not matter, but it is advised to unroot it before taking it back to Service Center....

Just to let u know i rang HTC UK they told me to reset it upgrade it to latest firmware if it doesnt solve it i can have it repaired for free

Thxs for your advice guys

Now to Unroot
13th April 2014, 01:50 AM |#8  
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Just to let u know i rang HTC UK they told me to reset it upgrade it to latest firmware if it doesnt solve it i can have it repaired for free

Thxs for your advice guys

Now to Unroot

good for you, mine is from UK itself, Glamour Red edition,but doesn't have any international warranty, so they won't repair mine..
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Do they repair them or do they swap them for reconditioned ones?

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