Hi there i have an Samsung S600 and ive kept it in really good condition, but just recently, something had happened. I was about to use my camera, then i tried turning it on and i got three beeps.Then I looked at my lens and realized it wasnt properly closed like it should be, I've tried changing the batteries thinking it was that but it wasnt. Im in desperate need to fix this:(
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Re: Lens,not close properly
If it is your camera's time to go, there is no helping that. Most likely a grain of sand has found it's way into your camera mech. You can turn your camera on and off while banging it on the counter gently, but it is unlikely you will succeed, due to most lens parts use a sticky lithium grease for lubricant.
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I've had this with a diff model of Samsumg (V10). The problem with mine was that the lens wasn't opening, which was causing the beeping. I held the camera with lens facing down and when I pressed the power button I lightly tapped the camera against the palm of my other hand. The lens extracted.
I have more problems with the lens now but that may have something to do with me dropping it later:(
The same thing has happened to my D840. Very annoying as ive only had it 5 months. After a bit of research and asking around, ive found out that this is a very common fault with these phones. The ribbon inside which connects the screen to the main body of the phone is damaged due to sliding the phone open and closed. Surely they should sort this problem out if the main feature of the phone is to slide it open. Crap.
i had the same problem, but it appeared, when my rechargeable batteries died.. it just friezed while the lens was coming out. it came out abaout a half of it's length.. tried connecting to pc, different batteries, until pressed the lens a bit towards camera and then tried to pull it out a bit - and it came back again. It started to work. So I gues all of your problems has something to do with the lens.