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I only difference between you and me is that I'm using Theaxman NB7 rom.

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Well that's weird then. Dropping this log for my camera problem. First time using logcat. Might be doing it wrong.

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Well that's weird then. Dropping this log for my camera problem. First time using logcat. Might be doing it wrong.

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Your problem is your running a TMO kernel on an international rom. try using a different rom, kernel combination and see what that does for you.
 
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Your problem is your running a TMO kernel on an international rom. try using a different rom, kernel combination and see what that does for you.
The thing is, I went back to tweaked with leankernel and it still didn't work.

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The thing is, I went back to tweaked with leankernel and it still didn't work.

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I would wipe and start fresh. I see you are still on MI7 running a Kit Kat rom. This pair is going to give you issues. 1 are you on an N9005 or and N900t? 2. Have you completely wiped and ran a kernel/rom combo that is made for your particular handset?

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03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Build: samsung/hltexx/hlte:4.4.2/KOT49H/N9005XXUENB4:user/release-keys
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Hardware: MSM8974
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Revision: 8
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Bootloader: N900TUVUBMI7
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Radio: unknown
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Kernel: Linux version 3.4.82-custom-n3-clean-0.93-tmo (root@vm) (gcc version 4.8.3 20140203 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG linaro-1.13.1+bzr2646 - Linaro GCC 2014.02 - Cortex-A15) ) #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Mar 5 00:59:20 CET 2014
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): 
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Build fingerprint: 'samsung/hltexx/hlte:4.4.2/KOT49H/N9005XXUENB4:user/release-keys'
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Revision: '8'
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): pid: 7411, tid: 7419, name: Binder_1  >>> /system/bin/mediaserver <<<
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): signal 6 (SIGABRT), code -6 (SI_TKILL), fault addr 
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): processName:/system/bin/mediaserver
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): broadcastEvent : null SYSTEM_TOMBSTONE
 
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I would wipe and start fresh. I see you are still on MI7 running a Kit Kat rom. This pair is going to give you issues. 1 are you on an N9005 or and N900t? 2. Have you completely wiped and ran a kernel/rom combo that is made for your particular handset?

Code:
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Build: samsung/hltexx/hlte:4.4.2/KOT49H/N9005XXUENB4:user/release-keys
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Hardware: MSM8974
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Revision: 8
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Bootloader: N900TUVUBMI7
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Radio: unknown
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Kernel: Linux version 3.4.82-custom-n3-clean-0.93-tmo (root@vm) (gcc version 4.8.3 20140203 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG linaro-1.13.1+bzr2646 - Linaro GCC 2014.02 - Cortex-A15) ) #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Mar 5 00:59:20 CET 2014
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): 
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Build fingerprint: 'samsung/hltexx/hlte:4.4.2/KOT49H/N9005XXUENB4:user/release-keys'
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): Revision: '8'
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): pid: 7411, tid: 7419, name: Binder_1  >>> /system/bin/mediaserver <<<
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): signal 6 (SIGABRT), code -6 (SI_TKILL), fault addr 
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): processName:/system/bin/mediaserver
03-11 22:31:01.021 D/CrashAnrDetector(1891): broadcastEvent : null SYSTEM_TOMBSTONE
My device is a N900T. I completely wiped my phone and installed Tweaked and Leankernel and video recording still wouldn't work. Restored back to my Xnote to use for today.
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My device is a N900T. I completely wiped my phone and installed Tweaked and Leankernel and video recording still wouldn't work. Restored back to my Xnote to use for today.
I'm on x-note running civ's kernel and my video recording and screen recording works just fine. Would agree with the other poster that the modem is not likely to cause this. Might want to start your own thread though with the logcat and see if anyone can help.

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Wow. Hopefully someone has the old modem for N900T. KK modem breaks video recording.
I agree with nunya. Modems don't control anything other than incoming and outgoing data. You might just need to flash the stock firmware again. The problem lies within the ROM you're using or a corrupted firmware file.

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