When I take a picture with my phone, the image is upside down. In order to take a right side up picture, I have to turn the phone upside down to take a picture. Can you help me fix this problem, it's very annoying?
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Re: Photo- samsung m500
Hi the Best thing you do is go to the nearest phone repair it maybe your phone robin wire connection inside your phone is full of flux and contaminants so that it trigger the connections that maybe grounded
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most Samsung phones have the ability to change the image orientation whilst camera is active. Turn on your camera as if you was going to take a picture. With the camera image on screen locate the up/down keys on the side of your phone (also used as volume control) using up/down buttons you will find that one button rotates image and the other inverts the image (back to front, like mirror image). This normally solves this issue on Samsungs but if this doesnt solve it (which I expect it will) there is a possibilty of the phone being faulty and may need factory reset? Hope that helps?
If you're looking at the face of the phone, there will be volume adjustment buttons on the left-hand side. While using the camera, try pushing those buttons to get the picture back to the way you want it. The top button (volume up) will flip it upside-down or right-side-up. And the bottom button (volume down) will do a mirror image effect.