You probably have hit the effect button and selected negative, to get it back hit camera then menu on the right side, if menu doesn't show up hit the right side anyway and it will appear. Above it should say negative use the arrows at the top to change it back to normal.
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I'm pretty sure it's a defective CCD sensor inside the phone, especially if the image has an overexposed look and the shapes of objects appear distorted. If you can't get a replacement under warranty there is both an T-Mobile G1 Repair Guide and a third party T-Mobile G1 Repair Service, If you try a self-repair make sure you feel comfortable with opening devices that are not meant to be user serviceable.
i do not know how to install the screen but my sidekick was messed up and all you have to do is call t-mobile and argue with them for a while and eventually in a few days maybe weeks they will send you a replacment!! GOOD LUCK!
Just call your carrier and tell them that you need your phone unlocked. Tell them you are traveling overseas and you want to buy a card over there. (rates are cheaper) They asked where I was going, I told them the Netherlands. Thats how I did it. Ask them to walk you through it though. The guy at t-mobile told me not to screw up the code when I put it in because it would lock the phone up or something. (don't know if thats true or not) I switched from AT&T to T-Mobile, then back again.
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You will need a replacement. This happened to me TWICE since I got my BlackJack2 in March (once in May, once in July). Also happened to my co-worker who got the same phone at the same store. Tech support said they've gotten a few cases like this. I was told if it happens a third time, then they would allow me to choose a different type of PDA. If your BlackJack is still under warranty, they will give you a refurbished one to replace it. If you have insurance, same deal. If not under warranty and no insurance, you'll have to spring for a brand new phone.