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Blutooth gallary not oopenig ,camera shows Temporary overlode

Blooth dedice not Open , gally not oopen , caemera not working when i capture a photo it show massege " Temporary overlode continue.
i have done all form ating like
1 method *#7780#
2 method *#7370#
3 method call button ,*,3 ,then press poweron off button
it complete all type **** problen still same

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It is a hardware problem. Change the bluetooth part of the board. 100% tested. Thank you

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