Question about AT&T Blackberry Curve 8300 Smartphone
This is the initial sign of the camera coming loose from the socket on the main board.
If it still in warranty then send it out for repair.
If it's out of the warranty then you can put a foam or plastic spacer to under the battery cover.
Just like the battery foam pad under the battery.
Place few tab of supporting material under the battery cover. Make sure they does not cover the lense or the flash.
Next time the camera give you the error message again or ghost like image.
Take the battery out and press the camera and flash area firmly until you hear a soft plastic snap sound.
Once the camera contacts snap back in place then your are back in business.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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