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My motorola slvr L7 camera and vireo wont open its say busy try again later what maybe the problem pls help

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Change your cam motorola l7,if it said busy

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I'm not entirely sure with this, but I have had a similar issue when running any Java programs. For some unknown (to me) reason the Java engine seems to disable the camera...

Good luck

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