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Problem with camera, camcorder, time settings

Ever since daylight savings time i keep recieving a message from my phone saying that a new time zone is detected and if i would like to set time now..... it pops up at least 5 times a day wether i say yes or no... also my camera will say camera module not ready anytime i try to use it and my camcorder says record fail.....these problems have been happening since daylight savings....maybe a coincidence? i dont know but either way if u have any tips, ideas, or solutiong please let me know! thanks

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  • vjcparker Nov 16, 2008

    Just about everytime I try to do anything with my phone, it states that a new time zone has been detected and asks if I want to change time zones. I have not changed time zones and whether I touch 'yes" or "no", the time does not change.

    I am able to use the phone after that, but it is annoying and takes time. If you could tell me how to stop this, I would appreciate it so much!!!

  • redlotz Dec 03, 2008

    I am having the same problem with my camera. Does anyone know how to fix that?
    Theresa


  • firdouse27 Dec 06, 2008

    when i used my camera it says my camera module is not ready

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I can help with the "new time zone detected" problem.
To stop thos, you go in setting, near the end (option number 10 on my model) there is "auto update for time", just put it OFF.
Hope it helped.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

  • PRAKASH Nov 03, 2011

    THANKS.. IT WORED FOR ME TOO...

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Camera module is not ready

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Yes turn the daylight savings to off

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