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Hi! When I try to go into camera or video recorder mode, on display appear many orizontal green lines and the image is not clear at all. pls help. Thks

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First reset ur phone.....if wont work reinstall ur phone software it might b damaged.....if stitt problem then open ur phone and refix it but before u refix it clean it with siprit........if still it doing the same thing...then replace it.......

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Possible reason why do you get an error " Please wait for camera to finish recording " is accidentally you turn off the camera, or new mode was selected while images are being recorded to memory card. This message automatically clears off the camera display when camera finishes writing data to card.

I suggest that do not turn off the camera,removed the memory card, or removed or disconnectthe power source while the hour glass icon is displayedor while the green autofocus lamp is blinking.


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