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2014-08-26 01:30 AM
i facing same problem also, i try to googling but some people told me should change the lens. i already try using alcohol to clean the lens, but still blur. i'm wondering how get rid the coating using a cloth and alcohol? Can i use a tools? maybe a toothpick?
2014-08-26 06:32 AM
2014-08-26 10:56 AM
i give up. i can't peel the coating layer, even i use flat-head screwdriver . now the lens is damage. so sad.
2014-08-26 07:01 PM - edited 2014-08-26 07:04 PM
I am also not sure cause I can't see coating, is this coating have on everyone's xperia sp
Some later X-SPs didn't have the coating, it's not on my wifes 2014 phone although it is on my 2013 one.
Should you wand to replace the lens cover Edmund Optical do Gorilla Glass or even saphire windows in all sizes. Measure the existing one, dia and thickness, and I'll look up the order number.
2014-08-26 07:32 PM
2014-08-27 12:21 PM
Dimentions of the Xperia SP lens window are as follows.....
Material: cheap bit of plastic, sometimes coated.
The nearest size window, which is totally scratch proof, available from Edmund Optics Ltd is.....
Material: sapphire, uncoated part number #43-628
Although slightly different in size just fit with a bit of ingenuity and forget.
2014-08-27 01:04 PM
thank for info,
no wonder when i asked to sony, the lens price is cheap. it just a cheap plastic.
2014-08-29 05:32 AM