Evening all (at least, it's evening in the United States ). I hope somebody finds this information relevant. I own two LG Volts, both of them Virgin Mobile variants. One of them, my daily driver, has always been plagued by the annoying green night-visionish tint that plagues some of our Volts. The other Volt I own, which I use for development purposes and as a GPS for my car, never was plagued by the green tint. So tonight, while on quite the sugar rush, I got the bright idea in my head to just simply pop open the two phones and swap the two cameras. After removing the 11 screws and the SIM and SD cards for each phone and prying off the grey plastic piece with a guitar pick, removing the camera is simply a matter of disconnecting a flex cable. During the swap though, I noticed something: These are the two cameras, front and back images. The top camera is plagued with the green tint, while the bottom camera sees everything just fine. Obviously, they're two very different pieces of hardware. For those of you brave enough to expose your phone's innards to the outside world, would you please do a couple things? --Tell us your experience (or lack of) with the green tinted camera --List the information printed on the flex cables of your cameras I'm just curious to see what cameras are affected and which ones aren't. Anyway's that's just my two cents for the evening. Thanks for reading! EDIT: For those of you brave/curious/crazy enough to actually go about playing around with your phone's hardware, it actually isn't that hard to get to the camera remove it and read it's information. All your really need is: A small Phillips-head screwdriver (I used a PH00) Some type of plastic wedge (a guitar pick works great) A soft surface, such as a towel to lay your phone onto so that the screen doesn't get damaged. Patience Step 1: Power off your phone. The battery's coming out anyway, so you might as well shut it down properly. Step 2: Flip over your phone and remove the back cover. Remove the battery, SD card (if you have one) and if possible, the SIM card. Set them aside, and using your screwdriver, remove the 11 Phillips head screws. Make sure you put them somewhere where they won't roll away and disappear forever (I just set them inside the Volt's back cover and called it good). Step 3: Okay, this is where things might start to get a little bit intimidating. Take that plastic wedge that I told you to grab (again, I used a guitar pick and it worked wonders), and try to force it into a corner of the Volt, between the front plastic piece and the grey-ish metal-y looking bezel. Step 4: Once you've got your wedge in there, gently work your way around the whole perimeter of the phone to release all the plastic clips holding the Volt together. Then remove the bezel and set it aside. You should now see something like this: Step 5: See the black and gold connector directly to the left of the camera? Insert your plastic pry tool directly underneath that and gently pry upwards. The camera should then come out (one of mine was magnetic and didn't want to come out as easily). See, that wasn't so hard, was it? And putting the phone back together is the same process, just backwards. If you were brave enough to try this, then post here and let us know, and tell us what the flex cable on your camera says, and tell us about your experience (or lack of) with the green-ish tint.