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Thread: HELP!! My Camera Wont Take Pictures !!!

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    Default HELP!! My Camera Wont Take Pictures !!!
    Guys, I need your help! my iphone 1G won't take pics. When I click to take a picture and then check out the pic in camera roll, I see a blank picture only. What do I do?

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  2. #2
    Try turning your iPhone off and on again.

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    The very easy solution i found in my already installed SBSetting App:
    Tap on More > Extras > Fix User Dir Permission

    or

    you can ssh into your iPhone and issue a command.
    Navigate to var/mobile/Media and issue this command.
    chown - R mobile DCIM

    No need for restoring or backups or anything.

    or

    I’ve entered in WinSCP to the directory that contains the photos (in 2.1),
    which is: var/mobile/Media/DCIM,
    and change the whole folder’s permission to 777.

    or

    If you have a finder-app on your phone you may navigate to the folder that stores the images(DCIM). Inside this folder there is a hidden folder called .MISC and inside this folder there’s a file called info.plist. This is the file that determines the filenames given to the photos and by deleting the whole .MISC folder you may solve your problem.

    The system will generate a new folder upon next image taken and name this IMG_0001.JPG
    Last edited by tombombman; 2009-06-11 at 10:26 PM.

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by tombombman View Post
    The very easy solution i found in my already installed SBSetting App:
    Tap on More > Extras > Fix User Dir Permission

    or

    you can ssh into your iPhone and issue a command.
    Navigate to var/mobile/Media and issue this command.
    chown - R mobile DCIM

    No need for restoring or backups or anything.

    or

    I’ve entered in WinSCP to the directory that contains the photos (in 2.1),
    which is: var/mobile/Media/DCIM,
    and change the whole folder’s permission to 777.

    or

    If you have a finder-app on your phone you may navigate to the folder that stores the images(DCIM). Inside this folder there is a hidden folder called .MISC and inside this folder there’s a file called info.plist. This is the file that determines the filenames given to the photos and by deleting the whole .MISC folder you may solve your problem.

    The system will generate a new folder upon next image taken and name this IMG_0001.JPG
    tombombman, you're a miracle worker. Removing the DCIM folder did the trick. Thanks a million!

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