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Flash i was taking pictures at night on a trip and the flash on my polaroid i733 7.0 would not work

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IS the flash in auto mode? You can manually turn off the flash in the menu, itll look like a lightning bolt with a slash through it. Flash will not operate in macro mode if available. no other firmware problems I can think of would stop firing the flash, might be hardware/defect.

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