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ERROR MESSAGE I have a NEXTEL I875 cell phone that I purchased from Ebay recently, and everything works fine on the phone except the camera. When I push the camera button, I get a error message, "MULTI MEDIA ERROR" so therefore, cannot snap any pictures. Could this be a software issue, or is there anything I can do to make the camera on this phone work. ANY HELP WOULD BE MUCH APPRICATED!! THANK YOU. I get a message that says Camera Failed. ANy ideas?

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HELLO!!!
TRY RESETTING THE PHONE ONCE ... IF NOT UPDATE THE PHONE SOFTWARE OR IF U CAN CLAIM THE WARRANTY GIVE IT TO THE SERVICE CENTER THEY'L FIX IT FOR FREE ..

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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How long its you got it?
i mean when you bought it?

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

  • dewan nafees ahmed Dec 27, 2007

    i dont think its software problem

    if you hav esrp it will be free for a replacement part (usually the
    whole front flip assembly) if no esrp they will charge you $55
    ESRP alone will get you a front flip replacement at a service center,
    or a refurbished replacement from a retail store that has it in stock

  • dewan nafees ahmed Dec 27, 2007

    take it apart(if part is not in warranty) and reseat the two cables on the bottom of the phone. That can solve your camera multi-media error problem.
    tis solution is from another forum. try it brother, in case you are not having any warranty in the phone

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