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K618i Camera fail to capture photo

My Sony Ericsson fail to capture photo. When I activate the camera, my screen looks like night mode ( I am not turn on the night mode), after I press the capture button, screen direct return back to main scree and the photo is not save. Have you see this problem before? How to solve it?

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  • khchang77 Oct 07, 2009

    My phone do not have flash.

  • kausal_raj Nov 25, 2009

    My Sony Ericsson W580 fail to capture photo. When I activate the camera, my screen looks like night mode ( I am not turn on the night mode), after I press the capture button, screen direct return back to main scree and the photo is not save


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If your flash is on turn it (off)
if your flash is off turn it (on)

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