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Camera i was taking automatic pictures and it just turned upside down and i want it to get back upside down

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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.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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I had this problem last year and my daughter said there is a button on the side of the phone i pressed that and the photos went the right way up hope this helps

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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Try to press up or down once on the volume buttons on the left side, i had the same problem but fixed it :) tell me if it helped or not

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