While playing with my new Samsung Galaxy i7500, I installed Anycut, and a shortcut to the "Camera firmware" activity. You can reach the same app by dialing the code *#*#34971539#*#*. Once you launch the Camera firmware, there will be 4 menu entries: update camera firmware in image - do NOT do this update camera firmware in sdcard get camera firmware version get firmware update count I chose the first option, and the phone took a while to (probably) flash something, then rebooted. After that reboot, the camera no longer works. It displays a black screen and force closes when I clicked any button, or the screen. I've since flashed the H8 and G8 firmwares, the Fatal1ty mod, and did lots of factory resets. However, the camera is still broken, and other applications (e.g. SnapTell, Wikitude) can't use it. If I click "get camera firmware version" in the Camera firmware screen, I get: CurrentVer: A9A9 RecentVer: DBB6 I guess that this weird "Camera firmware" 'activity' flashed a crap firmware over the camera, which is somehow separate from the "entire" firmware. No matter how many ROMs I've flashed, the camera firmware was not affected. Can someone please tell me how to get the original camera firmware? I've paid close to $600 for this phone and if the camera doesn't work, I'm screwed. *UPDATE* Willing to Paypal $50 to someone who can teach me how to fix this problem.