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Support Camera Stuck in "solarized" mode.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TuesdayClub, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. TuesdayClub

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    After installing the stoopid barcode reader, my camera has been stuck in this crazy solarized/hyper-colored mode with no way of fixing it. I DL'd SnapPhoto, and it is still bunk.

    Is my CCD sensor screwed, or is it a possible software issue?

    TIA
     

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  2. justjimjpc

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    Try Deleting yjr BarCode Reader App and the Snap Photo App.

    Restart your machine .... Check you cam .... If if still stuck ...you can try a factory reset ...

    If Still Stuck ... maybe you will have to call Service Center ... and see about a replacement phone ....
     
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    I deleted everything....reset. Nada. I was hoping to avoid buying another one, but alas, it might be the only option.:(
     
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    Phone has a one-year warranty as long as you bought it through T-Mobile ...
    Call them an check it out ...
     
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    To fix this problem you need to go ->

    Settings -> Manage Applications -> Settings -> Clear data.

    This will clear any stored settings on the phone (you may or may not have to fix some apps) and will remove the solarize effect.
     
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    I tried "Clear data". Still got the funky pictures.
     
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