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Best way to disable/destroy the camera in a cell phone?

by dnguyen411 / September 21, 2007 6:54 AM PDT

Yes, you read the subject right. I'm looking to update to a new cell phone but because of where I work, I cannot have a camera phone. I'm with Verizon now and the only phones without a camera are some low feature flip phones and the blackberries with the expensive plan. I would love to get any other phone and disable or destroy the camera function. Does anybody know how to do this without wrecking the rest of the phone?

Is there another carrier that has more options for no camera phones?

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