Oh Damn.....

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by TaubBaer, Nov 30, 2012.

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    A few days ago, I dropped my wonderful Razr onto the driveway about 5 feet distance of free fall. Yes, it got some dents on the sides but none on back and front. I don't care about dents BUT BUT the front camera now shows half black on the bottom!!!! I could see something across the len. Is there a way that I can do to make that something go away? Wack it on the hard rubber? Side? Bottom? or what???? I use the front camera all the time for video phone calls.
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    Sounds like you've dislodged/moved the front camera from its proper orientation. I guess you could try to "bump" it back into place but then you risk dislodging something else. There is a "tear down" video on You Tube that shows how to open and disassemble a Razr/Maxx. I'm not sure if you can get to the front facing camera even if you do that plus that.
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    Looked like I'm screwed. And I don't have steady hands to handle those tiny parts.
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    I had the same issue with mine....i just called verizone told them that something was blocking my ffc and they sent me another device.
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    I'll see if I can get them replace this phone...
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    if you have no luck with that, let me know. I can fix that easy. I even have extra RAZR parts laying around if the camera needs replacing.