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If you are sure you are in automatic mode, the green camera logo on the top dial, your pictures have to be correct.
The exposure compensation should not be available in automatic, so that can't be the reason. (if you are in automatic)
The only thing you could look for, is the exposure metering. There you can chose 3 modes, and I do advise to chose Multi-pattern (should be default) because then not only the centre is measured.
If the pictures stay too dark, while in automatic and Multi-pattern, i think your camera is defect. It has nothing to do with the battery. If the battery voltage drops beneath a certain point the camera will stop completely and not work half.
Your phone is somehow set to pulse dialling and you need to change it to tone. Instructions are given below.
Of course if you can't select menu options this will not work so please explain why the menu options are not available - what happens when you select the menu softkey?
Dial mode The dial mode is preset to tone. If you do not have touch tone service, you need to change the setting to pulse. To change the setting: Press the MENU softkey when the handset is not in use. Press or to select SETTINGS, then press the SELECT softkey. Press or to select Dial mode, then press the SELECT softkey. Press or to choose Tone or Pulse. Press the SET softkey to save, or press the BACK softkey to exit to the previous menu.
Begin with headset turned off. 1. Press and hold down the call control button
for 8 seconds until the headset status indicator begins to flash blue then red. The headset is now in pairing mode for the next 120 seconds.
2. While the headset is flashing, use the phone menu to search for Bluetooth devices and select "220Plantronics."
3. When prompted for a passkey, enter 0000. Headset will flash blue when paired successfully.
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean. There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too.