What size triwing screwdriver is required for A345. Which shop offers it in Toronto. Thanks!
The screen of my Camera is blurred. However if i give it two three hard taps then it seemed to work fine earlier. But now even tapping is not working. I guess may be some connection is loose inside so i want to open the camera. For this special triwing screwdriver is required. Can some one tell me which size tri-wing screw driver is required for subject camera and from where i can purchase it in Toronto ? Thanks !
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To Hard Reset the Motorola BLUR MB300 quite differs from other Motorola ANDROID phones.
Do back up all your data stored on your device before doing this procedure, this process will delete all the data on the phone but does not delete the data stored on the microSD memory card.
To hard reset Motorola BLUR MB300 1. Power off phone. 2. Hold camera button and power on phone at the same time. 3. Release the camera button when prompted to. 4. You will see a message screen telling you to press the up or down volume button 5. Press and HOLD the down volume key (ignore message 'Volume Up Key Pressed') 6. When triangle and phone screen appears 7. Press on the screen just above the back key 8. You will now see the "Motorola system recovery" menu At this point you will have three choices:
1. reboot system now [Menu+Back] 2. apply ssdcrad:update.zip [Alt+S] 3. wipedata/factory reset [Alt+W] You can simply tap an item to select it.
At the bottom of the screen you can select OK to apply your choice from the menu.
There is also an opportunity to select Hide on the bottom left, I don't know what that does (I tried it and nothing happened).
Selecting Wipe data/factory reset and tapping Ok and the screen changes to a box and a phone (Get it - out of the box) and you see what is happening on the phone. pick 2 -- Wiping data... Formatting DATA:... Formatting CACHE:... Data Wipe Complete.
Press Menu+Back to reboot
pressing Menu+Back did nothing for me so I tapped 'reboot system now' on the menu and Ok.
The phone restart then will restore back to its factory default state.
Hi! The focus doesn't move as it should - it was stuck before you tapped it. Could be sand or something in it. I'm afraid you will have to give it away for a repair. You can contact your local Sony service center, but if they ask too much, I can offer you a very good price. My e-mail is [email protected] I work in a Sony service center.
"The lens is jammed and won’t open all the way. You have to bang on the camera and/or tug on the lens to release it from whatever is causing it to jam when it opens. I started with gentle tapping and tugging…but ended up giving it three good whacks on a tile floor and yanking on the lens like I was going to rip the thing right out of the camera. It kicked on and has been fine ever since." I kicked the camera hard on its left side and it worked!
When I turn my l60 on, the lens doesn't open all the way. Usually I just use my finger to help it along... then earlier tonight I turned on the camera again to take pictures and all I had was a white screen. I took out the battery.. then the sd card, nothing worked.
I later came online and searched for solutions.. seems this is a common problem for other cameras as well.. I tried their methods.. they say to hold the camera and just tap on it.. I tapped on the Samsung logo a few times.. the white screen was still there.. and I gave up, turned the camera back off... then decided to try again, turned it on and now I have my lcd screen working again. O_o *shrugs* I'm not going to question how it got fixed, I just hope I don't get this problem again.
Oh my gosh this really works! Our screen went white, we hadn't dropped it or anything. The camera still worked fine but we just couldn't see what we were taking a picture of. We tried this solution and now we can see the picture through the screen perfectly. THANKS for posting this!
I had to tap the entire front of the lense on the fat part of my palm. I had to do it 4 times semi-hard. Then the camera just popped on. Thanks for the tip, I did have to do it three times turning it off and on after each 4 strikes. The fifth time was a charm. I now have to do it every time to make my camera work. Crazy but it works.