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okay another thing you can do to almost any phone that has problems is simply removing the memory card it really doesnt ake alot of sence but just try it or power the phone off... hold the up key and power phone back on whilr holding the power button this will hard reset the phone meaning it will be brand new again just hit the Y key and wait till phone reboots and you should be fine!!!!
Hold down both soft keys (both above the send and end key's) and use the stylus to push the reset button in between the volume key and micro sd slot. Then the screen will turn on and tell you something to the extent of press "Send" to perform a factory reset. Hit send, and your good to go.
Quite simple, and t-mobile was no help: This solution worked for me, YMMV. Hit the menu key > System settings. Within system settings, press menu, shift, and d key. This will open up the diagnostics program. Run all of the checked options. When that completes, return to the diagnostics program again, and select only "Battery disconnect." I left the phone in this state overnight, and the camera worked the next morning. Hopefully this is helpful.