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Genuine Motorola Droid Bionic Back Housing with Camera Lens and Bezel Pre-Installed
OEM Motorola XT875 Droid Bionic Rear Housing with Camera Bezel & Window Lens Cover
Original Verizon Droid Bionic Back Housing Frame with Camera Window & Bezel Installed
Posted by Rick on Jan 5, 2013
The cover of my camera lens cracked and broke. Very poor pictures! I've never attempted a repair like this before but with some good online instructions and a perfect OEM replacement part it was rather painless. I ordered the pry-bar with the rear housing and am glad I did. I would have ordered the screwdriver had I not already had it.
Everything went smoothly until I had everything back together & realized I had forgotten to move the on/off switch to the new part. Everything went smoothly the 2nd time around - just a reminder to check everything every step along the way. In the end the phone is as good as new and again takes great pictures! Thanks to Cellphonerepairshop.com for making this part available. Much better (& cheaper) than sending in for repair!
Posted by Unknown on Dec 29, 2012
It was a perfect fit & easy to install.
The camera flash, speaker and audio jack are held in with 2 sided tape. Just carefully pry the speaker out, push the flash out & use a tooth pick to push out the audio jack.
Posted by David Ouellette on Nov 12, 2012
This is a perfect replacement because it is OEM. You need a T4 bit in order to take out the 11 screws. Be sure to remove the sticker that is under the battery (it's usually put on by the provider) on the housing before removal or you may damage your phone while trying to pry it apart.
Don't forget to transfer over the camera flash, speaker and audio jack after you get your current housing apart. If you don't, you will need to take it apart multiple times.
To get your audio jack out, use a small toothpick or paperclip. You can see a small hole where it can go through and just keep pushing to get it out.
Posted by M. Tovani on Nov 11, 2012
It was a little tricky removing some of the parts and placing them on the new back frame, but the operation was a success and the phone and camera are working fine again.