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Recording video and processing came up

I was recording something when suddenly, a processing bar came up and it loading and it froze and the camera turned off. The camera is off now and the on/off light is blinking, but you can turn the phone on or do anything with it

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  • kingaling Sep 21, 2008

    sorry for the typo...but I can't turn the camera on



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The processing bar came up automatically for one of two reasons: You ran out of space for the video to save on your memory, or the SD card you are using writes too slow to record video after a certain length.

About it not turning on: The blinking light means the camera is processing (saving your video) and you will have to wait until it stop processing (the blinking light will turn off) in order to turn the camera back on.

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