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JasJar Camera problem

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i have I-Mate JasJar (universal) but lately, the main camera is not working, i tried to upgrade the rom and same problem.

it takes time to load the camera software, and when its load, blank screen, when i switch to video calling camera its working properly

any idea what's the problem and the solution if i have it



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Sounds like you have a faulty camera if you've upgraded the rOM and it still doesn't work.

Have you tried different software, such as CoolCamera (which is a Plus benefit BTW)

The ROM upgrade *should* have fixed any software fault tho so I'm guessing it's hardware.

Just a couple of obvious things:

1) Has the camera ever worked?

2)you are not trying this with the camera on the back of the device pointing at your desk or something silly?


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