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Lightbulb Camera Fimware Menu (Who has the latest one so we all flash it!)

To enter the Camera Firmware menu, in the dialer press:
*#34971539#

This are the options displayed:
- Phone/CAM FW Ver Check
- Phone to CAM FW Write
- ISP Ver Check
- FW Write Count
- CAM FW Cal Check
- CAM to Phone FW Dump

This is what comes when i click on Phone/CAM FW Ver Check
[ SESBDE14:SESBi?27:NONE]

ok seems i downgraded with the new JP2... cause i flashed (Using phone to cam fw write) and now reads (camera still works!):
[ SESBDE14:SESBi?14:NONE]

i made a dump before, gonna look where is it stored

PS: im not responsible for any kind of damage to your phones, so be careful!

So far then (thanx for the collab):

JM5 : SESBDE14:SESBi?27:NONE
JM6 : sesbde14:sesbde14:none

JP2 (New) : SESBDE14:SESBi?14:NONE
JPC :
SESBDE14:SESBi?14:NONE
JF3 : SESBDE14:>?SBi?07:NONE
JH2 : SESBDE14:SESBDE27:BDE


So far Its clear it begins with SESBDE14... then there's the BDE and Bi? with a number, and one finishes with BDE
need more info for more insights

Maybe posting the build date of the roms?
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If this is like old Samsung were... like D600... E900, then each firmware has their Camera Firmware included, but it's not flashed automatically...

i'd like to know about other Galaxy S users... maybe we can get to determine which fw has the better CAM FW
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Camera is pretty ok.. but they need to add image stabilization
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FW CAM [SESBDE14:>?SBi?07:NONE]

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hi,

on jm5 you get

SESBDE14:
SESBDE27:NONE

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On JH2, you get
SESBDE14:SESBDE27:BDE
 
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Camera is pretty ok.. but they need to add image stabilization
is image stabilization not anti-shake?


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I upgraded to the new JP2 and I still get SESBDE14:>?SBi?07:NONE like in the JP3
i suppose we need to dump those fw's and compare
make a cam fw to phone dump, it takes approx 2min and label it, then you can upgrade to newer ones with phone to cam fw write, but we should check what's really inside before blind flashing that I suppose.. otherwise SESBDE14:SESBDE27:BDE is prolly "newest" oO
 
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JM1 REV 3:

sesbde14:sesbde14:none

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