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#11
Originally Posted by marmistrz View Post
and maybe you have installed fcam? or another camera app?
Yes, i had blessn900 installed.
But i removed it, so it should have been working by now.
 
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Try to install attached file.

Code:
dpkg -i fcam-drivers_1.0.7-2_armel.deb
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Originally Posted by The Horoz View Post
Yes, i had blessn900 installed.
But i removed it, so it should have been working by now.
FYI: The reason behind my first ever reflash was because I installed KP46 on an N900 with FCamera and BlessN900 installed. Old FCam driver and Kernel power do not go well together and uninstalling did not fix it. Later in life, I read somewhere that installing the latest FCam drivers from devel will do the trick and a reflash was not necessary. so go ahead and try it.
maybe you'd like to read this post.
 
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Originally Posted by kolos View Post
Try to install attached file.

Code:
dpkg -i fcam-drivers_1.0.7-2_armel.deb
In which map do i have to put the attached file?
I've tried to put it just on a blank sppot in my n900 and then used the code
Code:
dpkg -i fcam-drivers_1.0.7-2_armel.deb
But that didn't work.
 
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Originally Posted by The Horoz View Post
In which map do i have to put the attached file?
I've tried to put it just on a blank sppot in my n900 and then used the code
Code:
dpkg -i fcam-drivers_1.0.7-2_armel.deb
But that didn't work.
You can put it anywhere you like, you just need to know where is it. For instance, if you save it in "Documents" folder then the path would be /home/user/MyDocs/.documents/. In this case you will need to execute following commands:


Code:
sudo gainroot
cd MyDocs/.documents/
dpkg -i fcam-drivers_1.0.7-2_armel.deb
Then restart the phone and test camera.

Another thing, to execute "sudo gainroot", you need to have already installed Rootsh.
 
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Originally Posted by kolos View Post
You can put it anywhere you like, you just need to know where is it. For instance, if you save it in "Documents" folder then the path would be /home/user/MyDocs/.documents/. In this case you will need to execute following commands:


Code:
sudo gainroot
cd MyDocs/.documents/
dpkg -i fcam-drivers_1.0.7-2_armel.deb
Then restart the phone and test camera.

Another thing, to execute "sudo gainroot", you need to have already installed Rootsh.
Works like charm - wtih kernel-power(50) i was able to get my camera working again.
 
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Hey,

I just stumbled upon this.
But in another context, so here is my story:
wanted to make some video(s), but got always on pressing the cam button 'operation failed' and UI closed. A broken very small mp4 file was created and dmsg showed smth like 'failed to load create node 0x80008003'. Pictures were taken normally, so camera itself (and its drivers) were working. That led me to 720p and a bit of research showed this and that. Also playing some mp4 did not work in media player.

Solution was/is to just reinstall the codecs (I did reinstall all three 720p deb files). Thanks to freemangordon!

P.S.: reason I post here is I wanted to tell you why this showed up: in decembre my N900 suffered from 'all telephony disabled' and I had to switch to my desk replacement one. Using backupmenu and all went fine.
But it seems something went south as recording/playing worked on my former one.
(also bluetooth settings went away, all coupled/trusted devices)
So using backupmenu does NOT guarantee a 100% solution, it seems.
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