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Camera not working

Hi The picture and all the other related things are showing but its not letting me take photo's. My son has only just given me the phone so might be doing something wrong!!

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Your phone doesn't show you any error message? Anyway this is the possible problems: the memory might be full! or the phone is saving the pictures in a place you don't where :) or you don't press you press the button well.

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

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