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  1. Hey there. It took a while but I ended up disassembling my phone today (probably because I dropped it into water not only once but twice...). Sadly, I see no way to removing the fingerpring sensor to replace or remove it. Since it's not a double connector I can't disconnect the ribbon and send it to you. And to remove the sensor I'd have to break parts of the body. Since my secondary USB C jack isn't an option due to its depth (the battery would be in its way) I don't want to break the body to remove the fingerprint sensor. I'm very sorry. If you do find a way to remove the finger
  2. @Jack T. Chance Exactly, the case you mentioned was hand-made from Jordi. I already gave it away to another forum user. I do think however that it's not too hard to make and Jordi might gives advice in case you need help.
  3. Something that might be interesting: I also had the issue with blurred images at far distances. Fascinatingly, after updating the device from LOS 16 to 18 (Android 9 to 11), the camera works fine again. I don't know the exact version I was running at but if you're encountering the same problem maybe a software update can help... Obviously, Android 11 brings new problems since apps aren't adapted to it yet.
  4. I'll have to open my phone at one point. You make it look relatively easy (opening it a couple times) so I'll probably do it sooner. That being said, I don't need the fingerprint sensor at all - I never use it. So if you won't get the sensor from FxTec, I'll send you mine. With the idea of adding a secondary USB-port (don't know yet if that's possible with USB C) I wouldn't need a defective replacement to cover the hole. However, it's entirely possible that I'll not open the phone until christmas so that's not a quick solution. Regarding the buttons: I don't think the but
  5. The numbers are edited into the pictures on the bottom right. The order is: 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3 Eske didn't message me so I guess @brunoais has reserved the first one. The other two are still available then.
  6. Hey there. After buying a used phone, I got three additional cases/pouches made from @Jordi but as a hardcore writer I sadly have no use for it. I'll give them away for free (you just pay the office fees) since they would just be laying around here. There are three cases which I'll attach pictures below. On the bottom right you'll see which number we're talking about. 1: magnetic flip case (an incredible piece of engineering!) 2: 'purse' pouch (landscape) 3: regular pouch (portrait) If you're interested, please write what case you want and message me then. I'm located in Ge
  7. I had the same behaviour while mostly having focus problems in low-light scenarios. I guess, that part of the issue is software-based, although I'm not sure if it's caused by LineageOS or the camera driver itself. I used LOS as well. However, having the option to manually focus makes it usable at least.
  8. Did this fix your problem or isn't the phone reassembled yet?
  9. I had similar issues that autofocus didn't work but they weren't as severe. My fix: install Open Camera, activate Camera API 2 and activate manual focus. Especially in dark conditions this really helps a lot.
  10. Make a landscape boot animation, rotate it with your favourite video editor and load it into your phone? That way it would be looking like landscape all the time...
  11. I've made the experience that shorter cables work better since the signal strength is better. Even the best cable won't work if it's 2m long.
  12. I've had the same issue, at times excessively. Ghost input was an issue as well. For me it was solved temporarily by updating the system OS (in my case LineageOS). Im think updating to Android 11 (?) solved it mostly, I only had these issues rarely again. It seems to be related to software load: the system is under load (i.e. some background process) and the keyboard recognition is stopped temporarily. When it starts again it checks for the time passed and believes that you pressed the key twice or longer. I was interested to prioritize the keyboard process above everything el
  13. My Pro1 had this as well. I didn't even consider this being some issue and I never noticed it in action. If it were a QWERTZ edition I'd buy it immediately.
  14. I used the idea of @EskeRahn (without a case) and it worked mostly. The usb port was so wrecked that even the adapter was wobbling a bit but I could get a connection mostly. After some days of adapting it wasn't that bad either so I'll use this idea for my next phone for sure. Why am I speaking of the future? Well, my phone was stolen two weeks ago so it won't matter anymore (I'll probably get back my money though). I've checked the shipping situation and it seems to be as bad as a year ago, used phones seem to be rare as well. So if I ever get a new Pro1, I'll use this method to keep the
  15. Thanks for your advice. I know magnetic chargers and I've used them for a year now for my devices at work (tablet, phone, handheld scanner). But for a device I use many hours of the day, I don't like the idea of something sticking out. Especially since the charging port is really badly placed if you use your phone horizontally (I do that 99.9% of the time, even when checking the weather or browsing pictures) so it's always in the way. I'd love to have two ports or one next to the power button.Your advice is still good though. As much as I hate it, I know that I will brake the port in the next
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