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    can not connect to camera

    When I try to use my camera, I get this message: Camera error: can not connect to camera. I did a hard reset, and a complete one as well. Nothing helped. I'm sending it to asus for rma. The tablet is only 2 months old... I hope they can fix it. Has anyone had the same problem and also sent it in? What was the result, did it get fixed?

    The tablet also shuts itself down a lot... And the only solution to get it back working, is by doing a hard reset... Anyone with same problem, and is it fixed? Or how did you fix it?

    Thanks

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    Welcome to the forum

    You asked 2 questions. Not certain if you will get a response to the first but the second needs to wait until you get your TF back as there is probably a solution but you need to be trying the options to find out. It's possible when you get it back that it won't be doing it any more.

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    How did you try to connect the camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectorman View Post
    How did you try to connect the camera?
    I think he's referring to the tablet camera.

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by winzel View Post
    When I try to use my camera, I get this message: Camera error: can not connect to camera. I did a hard reset, and a complete one as well. Nothing helped. I'm sending it to asus for rma. The tablet is only 2 months old... I hope they can fix it. Has anyone had the same problem and also sent it in? What was the result, did it get fixed?

    The tablet also shuts itself down a lot... And the only solution to get it back working, is by doing a hard reset... Anyone with same problem, and is it fixed? Or how did you fix it?

    Thanks
    I now have the same problem, the tablet is the worst piece of *edit*. If you're thinking of buying one of these forget it.
    Last edited by Swipe; 11-09-2014 at 02:21 PM. Reason: forum language guidelines

 

 

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