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By Ave666, Senior Member on 23rd April 2014, 08:07 AM
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30th April 2014, 09:42 PM |#11  
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I left mine on as well however I remember how much of a pain it was on the S4

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30th April 2014, 10:04 PM |#12  
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I left mine on as well however I remember how much of a pain it was on the S4

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why was it a pain? the cutout hole is perfect size and doesn't get in the way of the quality of the photos......

i remember i took a picture of something with the cover on, and then without it, and it was exactly the same...no loss in quality
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It was causing some users interference with the camera. That was the issue I had at least.

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1st May 2014, 01:45 AM |#14  
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Some phones have the lens protector, some don't.

I am on my third gs5, first 2 didn't even have a protector over the camera lens and the 3rd one does

I'm going to leave it on since there's a nice cutout for the camera optic, so it doesn't interfere with photos

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Just curious, what happened to the first 2? defects?
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Just curious, what happened to the first 2? defects?

Yep. First one had a dent in the camera bezel, second one had dust under the camera lens

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1st May 2014, 06:49 AM |#16  
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Yep. First one had a dent in the camera bezel, second one had dust under the camera lens

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I RMA'ed my S4 because it got dust under the lens. Sold the refrib unit to get the S5 . lol

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Scratched camera lens, photo quality
My S5 camera quality has dropped significantly lately. The photos have become quite grainy, especially in mid and low light. I compared it to friend's S5 and you can see the difference right on the screen even without taking a photo. My camera lens is with scratches, friend's not. Can it be the reason ? If so, is it possible to get the scratches out somehow ? I have seen videos of scratch repair for HTC One M8 (http://youtu.be/xhhOcIRMfWc ). Can it work on S5 ? Any advice, any solution ?
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