03-28-2015 09:01 PM
03-30-2015 04:18 PM
That's a nice phone you're looking it. I was sincerely debating getting the M7 when I was up for an upgrade last year. After pulling the item and your Best Buy account using the information found on your forum profile, it seems we don't have this particular phone in your local demographic. As the device isn't available for shipping, it seems it might not be a feasible option.
Having said this, I'd be happy to help you find a comparable phone. Like radisri mentioned, there are a couple of newer models of the phone, but let me know if you would like further assistance.
06-13-2015 11:39 AM
Search the internet for "HTC m7 camera issues". You will find that there are myriad problems with the m7 camera (Purple tinting, and in some cases, green tinting.) These camera problems cannot be rectified through software, it is a harware issuse.
I'm currently being issued a fith phone because of the HTC m7 camera problem. I'm fairly certain the Geek Squad cannot fix the issue without applying a new udated part from HTC, so I will be in perpetual replacement untl I get a good working camera. Try telling that to GS, they won't listen.
In other words, stay away from HTC m7, you will only regret it later.
As far as camera repair, I've read that HTC will repair the phone with a new and updated camera module for $90 USD, or if you're lucky they will repair it for free, if it's out of warranty.
06-15-2015 11:11 PM
06-16-2015 07:19 AM