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Well, this is the intended function of the button unfortunately.
If you press and hold down the camera button, it toggles between camera and video. However I'm sure you have noticed that on occasion, if you don't hold the button down long enough, no picture is taken.
It turns out to be something you just have to get used to. There is like a 2 second delay on the toggle so just don't hold it down that long. It is hard to get used to if you are used to a red eye removable flash or a slow camera button as found on many new cameras.
Here is a tip though, after you take the picture to quickly take another picture, you can fast save the photo by pressing the camera button again instead of messing with the touch screen.
down load usb driver from Motorla for the w377 and installl on pc. restart pc then open my computer and plug in usb cable and phone. the phone will ask if you want to connect the w377 as a storage divice chick yes and wait while it configures. There will be a message saying in storage phone no regular phone activities can be done.
The phone should show up as MS_DEIVCE (You may need to refresh My Computer to see it on the pc.). DOUBLE CLICK MS_DEIVCE and go into pictures and down load (by coping or draging as required). When done disconnect and wait for phone to restart. This should be automatic.
There's a menu in Options to continue/resume using the camera when it's on standby.
Go into the menu and reset the phone to original settings, (You might loose all your data). Or try switching the phone off and taking the battery out then leaving the phone alone for 1 hour.
Find a computer with Bluetooth and you can send files using bluetooth free of charge Use the Object Exchange profile of the bluetooth and life should be golden Hope this helps Let me know if any questions Enjoy....
What you have to do to put files on your computer or take them from your computer onto your phone is: go onto settings, onto phone settings, onto USB settings and chage it to either mass storage (if you want to put pictures, music and videos on) or media player (to just transfer music). Then plug in the USB cable that came with your phone into your computer/laptop and follow the instructions from there. NOTE: This only works with the Sampsung G600