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2016-12-23 10:25 AM
2017-10-12 08:51 AM
Thank u very much my dear friend. Your tip is helping me wonderfully. I was disappointing with my Sony Cheria Z5 dual phone's camera's blurred images which I had brought thru olx for a cheap rate. But I couldn't noticed the camera problem at that. But after that I knew that I was cheated by the seller. So I go through the google to solve this problem. At last i meet your tips in this site which really help me to completely solve my problem. Now I am proud to my self being a owner of a leadership smartphone which I got for a cheap rate.
Thank u once again..
2017-11-29 04:23 AM - edited 2017-11-29 04:25 AM
Both my issue and fix were similar to the ones presented here, only more... sofisticated. :smileysmileywink:
Regular alcohol did not work very well for me, so I used an old trick used to polish headlight lenses in a car: toothpaste. Gave my glass a good rub using a few cotton swabs with a small amount of toothpaste in each - followed by alternated cleaning with a soft cloth - and all coating was finally off.
Oh, my issue... I guess it started with the reduced performance of the autofocus function. That did last several months before I could notice any bad effect on the pictures quality (which was reduced by a lot all of a sudden). I hope this trick works for you in case alcohol did not cut it.
2018-03-22 10:18 AM
Thanks for this, worked a treat. Couple minutes rubbing with some methylated spirits and now clear. Really surprised it worked, but it did.