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22nd August 2014, 05:22 PM   |  #1  
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Anyone else having issues with Camera and Gallery apps on KitKat 4.4.4? I can't open the Gallery app at all without it crashing right away, and the Camera app crashes whenever attempting to record a video. Is there anything I can do to fix this any help will be appreciated
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Anyone else having issues with Camera and Gallery apps on KitKat 4.4.4? I can't open the Gallery app at all without it crashing right away, and the Camera app crashes whenever attempting to record a video. Is there anything I can do to fix this any help will be appreciated

Gallery, no. Camera, yes.

My Camera crashes quite a bit and sometimes forget to close out entirely so if I open something like Snapchat, that also crashes.
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have you tried clearing data from the camera app?
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have you tried clearing data from the camera app?

I'll try clearing it now.. Let you know what happens after
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Gallery, no. Camera, yes.

My Camera crashes quite a bit and sometimes forget to close out entirely so if I open something like Snapchat, that also crashes.

Glad I'm not the only one.. I just wish I could figure out why I can't open the Gallery at all.. Only way to view pics or videos is by opening my camera and accessing gallery from there
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so?

I deleted cache and data of camera and Gallery apps, both work fine so far, but I didn't really mess with the camera yet just tried recording a video and it worked fine. Thanks for the help, if there are any issues still I'll let ya know
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I deleted cache and data of camera and Gallery apps, both work fine so far, but I didn't really mess with the camera yet just tried recording a video and it worked fine. Thanks for the help, if there are any issues still I'll let ya know

please do

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