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Mirror Image when taking pictures

I have looked everywhere on the phone but can't find a setting that will change the camera to take pic's the right way round. When taking a pic it is a mirror immage.

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When you are in the Camera mode where you want to take a picture, press the down button on your volume control(left side of the phone when holding the phone so that the keys point towards you), that button is for the mirror image

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