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Camera not starting

Camera is not starting,wen i start the camera,a small battery icon blinks in t top corner and den it goes off,battery is fully charged,stil its not working..

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  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    I had the same problem, some day my phone falls from my pocket and the camera starts working again XD I not telling you to smash your phone, but mine start working before that, maybe it was something that was out of its place, take it to technical support

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    Myself also -same problem :(
    Seems to be after i dropped it a time or two
    But when i press down on the lens area before opening the lens
    it works usually. Strange i know.

    I dunno if its coincidence but i just reset some of the setting to the factory defaults and removed the ngage application and reinstalled it (because it was freezing ever since the camera problem...might be somehow connected?...or might just be mine)


  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2009

    i have the same problem...

    some say that it is a software problem,

    but logically, i think the camera's focus motor is out of place...

  • patelsssss Apr 23, 2009

    hi ma name is yusuf and iam frm karnataka near karwar i have n 82 i had taken before 15 days iam change my full body now my camera is not working whatzzzz the problem plzzzzzzzz te;; me



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Sorry :) Same problem

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