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Just noticed a crack on the back of my camera going across, the plastic/glass part. How can I fix it? Can I just take it off and put on a new one? Do they sell those online anywhere?
 
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Just noticed a crack on the back of my camera going across, the plastic/glass part. How can I fix it? Can I just take it off and put on a new one? Do they sell those online anywhere?
if you mean the part with camera glass then it isn't that hard to replace but if back cover is also damaged then you will also need g2 back cover and using a video like g2 screnn replacement but you only need about the first 5 minutes which is about removing the back
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if you mean the part with camera glass then it isn't that hard to replace but if back cover is also damaged then you will also need g2 back cover and using a video like g2 screnn replacement but you only need about the first 5 minutes which is about removing the back
Thank you for the link, it is the glass. Is there no easier way? Only the glass needs to be replaced. http://i.imgur.com/2yu1zmH.jpg
 
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Thank you for the link, it is the glass. Is there no easier way? Only the glass needs to be replaced. http://i.imgur.com/2yu1zmH.jpg
well it isn't that hard all you have to is remove some screws switch the part and place the screws back, but I don't think there is any other way
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