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Camera isnt working

Hi the camera on my phone isnt working everytime i take a picture it goes on standby and dusnt take the pic plz help it only new

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Re: camera isnt working

Go to settings on the fone and press up once and you will see restore
factory settings select it and it will ask for a security code type in
12345 and ok and the fone should work grand......... im chris from dublin

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