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For Model i733: zoom won't work. If I hit zoom while trying to take a picture, the screen goes dark and it freezes up - forcing me to take the batteries out and back in again to get it working. Also almost every picture won't come out clear (fuzzy)....Also, batteries don't seem to last long recently.

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Seems that a lot of peeps are having same issues with this product,
chk with the manufacturer for firmware updates or warranty option

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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Just do a hard reset

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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