Fix Found for Samsung Wave Camera Problem
Upon flashing new firmware to their Bada-running Samsung devices, some users were disappointed to find that their cameras would no longer work at all. Luckily, however, user bangalorerohan has found a method that seems to fix this problem completely.
Using an application called sTunes to re-flash the original drivers for the Samsung Wave’s camera, it appears that it is possible to regain full use of the feature. Users have reported that it may work with both the Wave I and II although it’s important to remember that the files are flashed at the owner’s risk.
Detailed instructions, along with links to the required files, are available in the fix thread.
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