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Camera automatically turns off when opened

My mobile camera goes off when it is turned On after sometime but when mobile is shaked then camera automatically goes ON and then immediately switches off itself.
Could u please help me out for this?

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On N70 phone u got camera trigger ( little switch that is seen when battery cover is lifted )

Check it's position and check if damaged, only that part can cause such errors.

If that not help... Check camera voltage control, it need 1.6v i think for N70.

Don't seek further.

It's not software because u say that camera is started by shaking = hardware fault.

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