I have the Curve 8330. When I try to start the camera, it comes up with a screen that says, "Could not start the camera. Close other applications and try opening again." I have turned off the device, I have removed the battery. I'm not 100% sure on what it means by "close other applications" but could someone please help!
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First, ensure that the flash is on in the camera settings, which are accessed from the camera screen by pressing the blackberry key and going down to Options. The first setting is default flash settings, and your options are on, off, and automatic. If it is on, you most likely have a damaged flash or a loose cable inside of the phone.
Kindly install the Blackberry device software using Desktop Manager application and then try.
To Install Blackberry Device Software
1.Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer and open
BlackBerry Desktop Manager application
2. Double-click Application Loader.
3. Click Next to start the installation process.
4. Type your BlackBerry smartphone password, if prompted, and click
5. Select the check boxes next to the names of the applications you want
to load, and then click Next
6. Click Advanced, and then select the check boxes beside Erase all
application data and Erase all currently installed applications
7. Click Next.
8. Click Next > Finish.
9. When the process is completed, the message, The loading operation
was successful will appear. Click Close to return to BlackBerry
Please contact your Service Providor of SIM card for further assistance on the same.
I don't think you can actually "delete" the icon for the camera, at least not using the handset. You probably only "hid" it. Try hitting the option button and then select "show all" you should then see the camera icon but slightly grayed out/transparent. go to it and then uncheck the hide option. You can then de-select show all and you should be good to go. If this does not fix it and you did actually delete the camera function, let me know so I can walk you through that detailed process.
are you actually going to the menu button and selecting close on each screen or just hitting end or the return button to get to the home screen? If you don't actually select close in the menu screen some progams remain open. go into all applications when there press the menu key and scroll down to close this should help
If these two options haven't worked, then the final thing to do is actually delete the entire operating system and reload it from scratch. There is a program called JL_Cmder that allows you to completely erase the operating system and data and programs. Check out the two links below:
Wipe operating system with JL_Cmder: http://blackberryfaq.com/index.php/How_do_I_wipe_the_BlackBerry_using_Jl_Cmder%3F
Install new BlackBerry operating system: http://crackberry.com/blackberry-101-how-install-or-upgrade-new-rim-operating-system-os