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i can help you but first, i need to know what kind of phone you have, like verizon, nextel, altel, sprint, cingular, and any different type of phone that you might have, then i can help you out with your problem i am very familiar with phones so if you want me to help you out i need to know what kind of phone you have?!?!
The camera and scanner on the MC55xx share the same interrupt. While Datawedge 3.x is running, it has control of both devices and causes the behavior you're seeing. If you stop Datawedge before starting up the camera app (for example), it'll work just fine.
Why Motorola thought interrupt sharing for two commonly used hardware devices is a good idea, I'll never know.