When I try to use my camara on my Blackberry a message saying "Could not start the camara. Close other applications and try opening the camara again. No applications are open? i tried that and it did not work
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This is a firmware related issue and can only be solved by either formatting or resetting the phone. Also, you can upgrade the firmware and it should work fine. If it gives problems after that, then you might need to get a replacement or send it to the company for repairs. Hope this was useful?
Kindly install the Blackberry device software using Desktop Manager application and then try.
To Install Blackberry Device Software
1.Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer and open
BlackBerry Desktop Manager application
2. Double-click Application Loader.
3. Click Next to start the installation process.
4. Type your BlackBerry smartphone password, if prompted, and click
5. Select the check boxes next to the names of the applications you want
to load, and then click Next
6. Click Advanced, and then select the check boxes beside Erase all
application data and Erase all currently installed applications
7. Click Next.
8. Click Next > Finish.
9. When the process is completed, the message, The loading operation
was successful will appear. Click Close to return to BlackBerry
Please contact your Service Providor of SIM card for further assistance on the same.
We suggest you to reinsert the sim once again and check for the same. And try to perform the following steps: Apply the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application to your BlackBerry smartphone. Download the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application file using your BlackBerry smartphone browser Note: The Bluetooth Pairing Helper is available for BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry Device Software 4.2 and later. Complete the following steps for the Bluetooth Pairing Helper software. The following steps use the Land Rover as an example. Place the vehicle into pairing mode. For instructions, see the vehicle user manual. Start the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application. See links above. The following message appears on the BlackBerry smartphone: Please initiate the pairing process on your car. Click ?Done? when pairing is complete On the vehicle, press the Dial button. The following message appears on the Land Rover, and the progress bar on the Bluetooth Pairing Helper Application begins to advance: Searching The Land Rover display lists the name of the BlackBerry smartphone (and any other Bluetooth devices found within range). This may take one or two minutes. On the vehicle display, use the dial to highlight and then select the BlackBerry smartphone. The vehicle displays a random personal identification number (PIN) to pair. When the BlackBerry smartphone prompts for a PIN, type the PIN shown on the vehicle display in step 8 and press Enter. The BlackBerry smartphone displays Pairing complete. Connect to and press Yes. Pairing completes and an Connection to vehicle succeeded should appear on the BlackBerry smartphone. If the Bluetooth Pairing Helper application does not close, click Done to close the application. If you find the same error as sim rejected even after performing the steps, you need to check with the service provider relavent to the sim problem.
Call your network provider to have your blackberry 7290 enable. This is free of charge and will get the IM messaging workings, but if you want to setup email etc, you will need to subscribe for email and a data plan which will cost about 19.99.