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Old January 4th, 2013, 11:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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well, I have a problem with my HTC Desire Z. Yesterday I removed a camera glass because of weak quality of made photos. Well I removed it and then my memory card wasn't visible for my phone. I tried to make an access to the PC by USB but it's not visible device.

I found this under cover of my HTC. Today I was at the phone service and the man told me that it didn't cause this problem. Yesterday I tried to put another memory card to the access point in my HTC, but it still hasn't been visible. Memory card from this phone is working right in other phones, so it's a problem of my phone.

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I'm sorry you are having problems reading your SD card. I suspect in your camera repair you inadvertently effected the reading of the SD card. If you can't physically see the problem, and a way to repair, I'd suggest taking it to a repair shop. I'm pretty satisfied it's a hardware problem created by your camera repair. I wish I knew more and could suggest where you might look for the problem... sorry.
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thanks for your reply. I went to the repair shop and the man will repair my phone by changing this part
I think it's cause of my problem and I think it'll be exactly right choice
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little bit off topic, but I also had problems with poor quality of the pictures, even when the phone was brand new out of the box.
if there was a light source in the picture it would look like i was taking a picture of the sun, and other pictures would be blurry.

I put some toothpaste on a q-tip and polished the glass for 30 minutes or so, and afterwards I cleaned it with a moist paper towel, perfect pictures ever since, or the ones with poor quality is now the photographers blame
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Hello tych0. Welcome to Android Forums. That is an interesting fix that I wouldn't have considered. I'm glad it helped the quality of your photos. I hope you enjoy these forums and can gain from your time here.
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The HTC Desire Z is another phone in HTC's Desire line up. It sports a 3.7 inch screen, a 5 MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, 1.5 GB of internal space for apps, and a full QWERTY slide out keyboard. tt's a Sense device and was the fir... Read More



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