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N95 flash light staying on all the time

I was taking some pictures in low light, when I finished using the camera, the light stays on. I tried removing the battery and the light goes off. As soon I put the battery back in the light comes on again. This cant be doing any good to an already bad battery life.
Can anyone help?

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Re: N95 flash light staying on all the time

Some water got into the phone which acts as an electricity conductor that is probably connecting the flash light switch together.
let it dry out for a few days and the problem will be gone, its hard to dry out the water from inside.
try to dry it using a blow dryer..always while the phone is off or you might move the water some place else.
use to happen with my keyboard when i spill water in side it. every keystroke writes 2 or 3 letters at a time.

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Re: N95 flash light staying on all the time

Does it have a waranty. contact your seller and try to negotiate. sorry for bad english..^.^

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Is there a way to see n95 service light?

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The camera light is always ON even after switching the phone OFF.

better check out your firmware or take it to a neraby specilist

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How do I take Better Pictures with my Smartphone Camera

<p>Camera phones have come a long way in recent years, but they do not always point and shoot quality images on the first try. See how the best quality photos from the camera pressed to your smart phone. <br /> <p>All phones and cameras are different, so your mileage may vary according to a tip. While most camera phones suffer from similar weaknesses (particularly the inability to make good pictures in low light), each also has its peculiarities. The iPhone, for example, usually takes pictures with a color very good, while the Droid often produces colors that are less than stellar. That said, most of these tips can be applied to your favorite phone and camera application quite easily. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Clean your lens - may sound crazy, but give your lens a wipe down before you start taking pictures with your phone. While most people are very good at keeping their dirty fingers away from camera lenses is not as easily done with camera phones. If you have a dirty lens, none of the other tips in this article your picture is less a waste, so keep that in mind. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Use Your Light - It is important, with all the cameras to make sure that your subject is the source of light and you're not, but even more important with camera phones. The biggest weakness is the inability to make good pictures in low light, which means that you generally want as much light as you can possibly get on the subject. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Avoid Digital Zoom - You've probably heard that a million times, but we cannot stress enough how often this function is useless. As you approach a topic, you are much better closer to them. If you cannot, you can always crop the photo later, everything is digital zoom really does, you can always cut down, but you cannot appear. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Give attention to the flash - Sure, LED flashes in a recent hyped smartphone cameras, but they are not all that is cracked up to be. If you do not have enough light to work, they can at least make sure you have an image, but many phones tend to use it more often than necessary, and that white light LED can be really difficult. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Go to your smartphone camera settings - depending on your phone and the camera application that comes with it, you can use some settings you can customize before taking a photo. In almost all cases, however, you can do better, grabbing a camera more advanced application, such as camera zoom or camera FX Android + iPhone. <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Check the resolution of your camera - Most applications have a camera setup to take pictures at different resolutions. Lower resolutions are fun if you're a quick photo via MMS and they will save on your phone faster, but if you take a picture you want to keep, you better take it at a higher resolution. It is a clear and simple to adjust, but something you definitely want to check before you start snapping, there's nothing worse than taking two very nice photos, only to find when you put them on your PC that they just 640x480. (Also worth noting, some phones resize photos if you send them, make sure to send a full resolution of quality issues.) <br /> <p><br /> <p>7. Turn on the stable settings of your phone camera - Phones are difficult to maintain constant start your shutterbug, and is sometimes difficult to detect the blur of an image unstable on a small screen. Although you can always rest your elbows on something solid and breathe like a sniper, causing an adjustment in your application Steady Shot camera will help a lot. This configuration will use your phone's accelerometer to measure how much you shake the camera, and will not take the picture until his hand is stable for a certain time (usually about one or two seconds). Some applications can even show the sensitivity of Steady Shot, so your phone can not wait to go for the shot. <br /> <p><br /> <p>8. Check out White balance - Most camera phones are very good at detecting the white balance, but if you're in low light, they have difficulty. The first thing you can do is a second camera to adjust yourself if you just open the camera application and snap away, you can get an amazing orange sign. <br /> <p><br /> <p>9. Check out Exposure - Adjusting the exposure is greater let more light into the lens, which means kick it up a notch will probably have a bright, vivid photos. <br />

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Tips for camera

Using the camera:
Your phone has a flash to help you to take pictures in different lighting environments. The flash is on by default, but you can turn it off or use the automatic setting. To set the desired mode when using the camera, select Options > Flash and Flash off, Flash on or Automatic.
Fast viewing with memory card To view your images and video clips quicker, use your memory card as the main memory for storing them.
In the camera application, select Options > Settings > Image / video storage > Memory card.
Capture and send You can send the picture immediately after you have taken it when you are previewing it. To display a picture immediately after you take it, select Options > Settings > Image preview time and the preview time. During the preview time, select Back to take another picture, or Send to send the picture as a multimedia message.
Print your images Your phone supports Nokia XpressPrint to print images that are in .jpg format. To print your pictures, connect your phone to a compatible printer using a data cable or send the image by Bluetooth to a printer supporting Bluetooth technology. Select the image you want to print from the Gallery, and when viewing the picture, select Options > Print.

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I recently had this problem too. It started when i first tried the flash settings on the camera. I woke up the next day, turned my phone on and the light wouldn't turn off.

I discovered that by cycling through each flash option (always on, auto and always off) and taking a photo on each setting would sometimes turn the light off for a few moments before the phone crashed and had to be restarted.

Whilst showing this to a friend last night somehow the light went off and the phone didn't freeze (this might be because i had reset the phone to it's factory settings earlier in the day). The light is now off permanently, although i'm hesitant to use the flash again for fear of causing the whole problem again!

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Only Hope you have is to take it to a Nokia service center, they will probably charge you for the repair as it is a none warranty fault and any data that was stored on the fone will be lost. Go to the Nokia web site to find your nearest service center

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