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8th June 2013, 05:05 PM   |  #1  
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I bought a Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 and from the start I have not been able to take a picture. Whenever I open the camera application, I get the message "Warning Camera Failed". I have tried the factory reset, WANAM camera fix, various Stock Roms and I am evening running the Omera ROM right now. None of these seem to work, could this be a hardware or software issue and is there a fix for it?
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I bought a Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 and from the start I have not been able to take a picture. Whenever I open the camera application, I get the message "Warning Camera Failed". I have tried the factory reset, WANAM camera fix, various Stock Roms and I am evening running the Omera ROM right now. None of these seem to work, could this be a hardware or software issue and is there a fix for it?

Test the camera in test mode. Enter *#0*# on your dialpad and choose mega cam and see if the camera works there. If it still crashes there, then chances are it's a hardware problem.
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9th June 2013, 10:31 AM   |  #3  
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Thanks so much otacon88. I have tried the camera in test mode and it still does not work. So it is safe to assume its a hardware problem?

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Test the camera in test mode. Enter *#0*# on your dialpad and choose mega cam and see if the camera works there. If it still crashes there, then chances are it's a hardware problem.

9th June 2013, 10:38 AM   |  #4  
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Thanks so much otacon88. I have tried the camera in test mode and it still does not work. So it is safe to assume its a hardware problem?

If it didn't work on stock firmware I would return the phone immediately
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I guess that is what I will be doing tomorrow. However I tried the front facing camera and that works. How do i remove the custom firmware that I have put and install the stock firmware back so that I do not have any issues with my warranty

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Test the camera in test mode. Enter *#0*# on your dialpad and choose mega cam and see if the camera works there. If it still crashes there, then chances are it's a hardware problem.

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If it didn't work on stock firmware I would return the phone immediately

9th June 2013, 12:16 PM   |  #6  
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I guess that is what I will be doing tomorrow. However I tried the front facing camera and that works. How do i remove the custom firmware that I have put and install the stock firmware back so that I do not have any issues with my warranty

Flash appropriate Stock Firmware from here ... use Odin PC to flash it.
Maybe your Camera will work after flash LOL
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i hightly doubt it will

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Flash appropriate Stock Firmware from samsung-updates.com/device/?id=GT-I9500... use Odin PC to flash it.
Maybe your Camera will work after flash LOL

9th June 2013, 01:26 PM   |  #8  
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i hightly doubt it will

It just might. Try XXMEA, it brings a camera firmware update.
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Let me give it a try and will let you know how it goes.

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It just might. Try XXMEA, it brings a camera firmware update.

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This XXMEA update is for the i9505 but i have the i9500. Is there a possibility of extracting the camera firmware only?

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It just might. Try XXMEA, it brings a camera firmware update.


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