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Camera not taking picture,as soon as button is clicked camera is closed ..but no problem in video mode

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HI,
On primary it is the case of software corruption. therefore first update the phone's software... after updating also u find same problem then get it serviced because there is hardware problem with IC or motherboard, a proper examination will reveal the exact cause...
Hope this has helped you.. Thanks...

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