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Before I go to take a picture the camera is seeing the red and blue subject which is also very fuzzy and wavy. When I transferred the photos I took to my computer, the roxio page said they were corrupt.

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You need to reflash the OS on the phone you should take the battery out first then connect it via the usb cable to the laptop/pc you are using then open the blackberry desktop manager,click on the apploader, then install the OS.

pls not that when u click on the apploader the pin should be PIN:UNKNOWN you make need to do this like 4x before the pc sees the pin:unknown but it will work once it see the pin:unknown you can re-insert the battery and continue with reflashing the phone

this should correct the camera issue most likely it is not the camera that needs to be replaced just the OS need to reinstalled.

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