Question about RIM Blackberry Curve 8300
This is a camera chip module problem OR camera software problem. First, try to reset your phone to factory defaults. If that doesn't help, have your phone's ROM reflashed. If that doesn't help. Your phone's camera chip is probably busted. You can have it fixed, not cheap though... if your phone is still under warranty, better phone your carrier or blackberry for warranty claim
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