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Error Message When I open the flap and try to select camera option to capture picture I get an error message "Picture Capture Filed". Can any one help me with this!

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You either have a flex cable problem or your camera is faulty. your first and easiet option is to change the camera...the second option is to check or replace your main flex cable. you need to check a cell phone service repair shop to deal with tnhese issues.

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