Question about Samsung Cell Phones
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Phones have become small, simple computers. In order for the phone to access the camera, it must first launch software to use the camera. This software is known as a driver. It is not uncommon for phones and computers to misplace or lose drivers.
Sometimes, the solution can be as simple as turning your phone off and turing it back on.
If this does not work, you may need to reset your phone to factory settings, which means that you will lose all data stored on the phone. It is important to back up all contacts and other information you do not want to lose before reseting your phone. The exact instruction for how to do a factory reset can be found in your user's manual.
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