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Have you tried doing a factory restore? It will wipe all the information from your phone(contacts, downloaded apps, etc) most likely this well solve your problem it sounds like the android os is not booting properly or may have a system dependent service crashing on boot causing the system to hang. With the phone off press and hold the power button and the vol down button(might be volume up button) should get you into recovery mode where you can do a factory reset.
There are 5 buttons on the phone. A center button and two to the right and two to the left. Press and hold the hang up button, the bottom right button, for a few seconds until it comes on. If that does not work then the battery needs to be charged. When it is connect to the charger it will display a battery icon on the screen filling with green blocks to indicate it is charging. If you do not see this try holding down the start/hang up button as discribed above. If you still do not see the charging icon on the screen then remove the battery, make sure the connection on the battery and phone are clean and not bent. Then put the battery back in and connect to the charger. It gets reset when the battery is removed and should now work. If it still does not charge then you have a bad phone.
I solved this problem few times by completely opening my HTC Desire Z mobile phone and then reassembling it. Third time, I noticed that the problem is due to looseness of two, out of three, tiny screws at the "camera" button of the mobile set. Therefore, mobile set was not properly pressed and sealed at the "Camera" button and due to some protection by HTC, screen went black. Now I have used new relatively long tiny screws and the problem is solved permanently.
look, ur cell may hav got too many viruses in it... so u need to hard reset ur cell phone. first backup all ur data (pics, videos, contacts etc), then full charge ur cell phone, then turn it off. Now Press and HOLD the GREEN (Call) key, RED (Call end) key and the Camera-capture key SIMULTANEOUSLY. While still pressing the above three keys press the power On/Off key, hold them until phone boots up. now ur mobile will work like new...
Try re-formatting the phone, But be advised that this operation would completely erase all data stored on your phone except that is in you MMC,
Start with the phone turned off,
then press and hold CAMERA BUTTON, GREEN BUTTON AND RED BUTTON, hold those three button, then press power button, dont release those 3 buttons until you see the nokia handshake welcome screen.
After that it will ask for some info from you like time date location etc, fill them up and you are done.
It is advised that you perform a full scan of your MMC afterwards. Also when performing this re-formatting just leave the MMC inside, for the system to be able to recognize some files on it. You can then remove the MMC afterwards to be scanned outside onto a PC.
Hope this helps you, Thank You for using FIxya.
pls see this First !! B4 reset
Straight from Apple Iphone Manual
Camera is not functioning
Tap Camera, then point and shoot. Note:
If you take a picture with iPhone turned sideways, it is automatically
saved in landscape orientation. If you do not see Camera on the any of
the multiple Home screens, check to make sure that Restrictions are not
turned on by tapping Settings > General > Restrictions. If they are, set Allow Camera to ON or tap Disable Restrictions (in iPhone 2.1 software or later).
If that doesn't work, clean the camera lens with the cleaning cloth that came in the box with iPhone.
I had the exact same camera blacked-out malfunction. I followed booj's advice and it cured the problem. What I did: I turned off the w375 phone by pressing and holding the red button (not just closing the clam shell, like I normally do), after the phone powered down, I restarted it by pressing and holding the green button. After it powered up, the camera at first had the same black screen, then, all of a sudden, the view finder started working normally and it now takes pictures correctly. - MGB
the easiest thing tpo do here is take it to a professional but if you want to try updating your software off the Motorola website. (this require a data cable or bluetooth in your computer) This fixes a lot of software problems with the razor. If this doesn't work then you will have to reflash your Firmware which is like the Windows Xp of the phone. This does require a professional as it can destroy the phone