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The camera takes a long time to process the photo

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dear sir,

the first solution is to keep some of your phone memory clear,atleast 2 mb.........also keep some 100 mb free space in memory card also...if the card and mobile is fully loaded then the cam is almost dead..........
the next suspect must be your memory card,which has been affected from viruses,while you ve transfered files or received files from untrusted devices,which eventually destroys ur camera also.......
even ater changing memory card,you still face the same problem with a new or formatted memory card,then the problem is caused by virus and sometimes it might be software failure also, which causes some of the menu not tofunction,the only solution is to flash ur camera software from the nearest sevice centre.

thank you.....take care

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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