no camera-rooted and v38 kaosfroyo installed

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  1. RyansGirl101302

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    So i don't know why it has taken this long to notice, but my camera forces closed everytime i try to use it. My eris is rooted and has v38 kaosfroyo on it...anyone else having this problem, or is there an easy fix?
     
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    Try this. Open the camera and wait until the outline of the auto focus box turns green...then try to take a pic....my camera was force closing until I noticed this little work around...hope this helps

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    tried it...as soon as it opens it says "the application Camera (process com.android.camera) has stopped unexpectedly. please try again"

    it doesn't even give me time to do anything....
     
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    Last Thursday I rooted 3 Eris's via the UnrEVOked method.
    >2 went from Stock 2.1 to v38.
    >One was running v36 and had camera problems.
    >All 3 phones running the latest ClockworkRecovery.
    >All 3 phones received 2-pass wipes using all the wipe methods available in CMRecovery before I installed KFv38.
    >All 3 phones ended up with massive camera issues.

    I could get the camera to somewhat stabilize if I went to Application management, cleared data for the Camera app, rebooted, and then turned off autofocus, and set it to 3MP images. It may work for only 10-15 minutes before FC'ing every time the Camera app is opened. I'm at a loss on what further things I can do to try to get the camera to work.

    I'm hoping that there's going to be a v39 soon, or perhaps just a camera fix patch. This is really annoying to deal with.

    Edit: Just did some reading elsewhere

    Apparently this kernel can be flashed that'll help with camera stability and other things:

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=774211

    Anyone wanna give this a try?
     
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    Bump

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    Was my link of any assistance to you?
     
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    I didn't because it said it was for freezing and mine doesn't freeze it just doesn't work.I'm kinda bummed. I use it all the time.

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    Freezing/Crashing are different words to describe thesymptoms that KaosFroYo users have been seeing with the camera. You should definitely grab CFSv6 from that link and flash it. It can't hurt to do so, given your situation. It may also improve battery life for you.
     
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    you dont really need to flash a new rom,go into your settings and tweak he settings for your camera like resoloution and things like that,i had the same problem the first time i flashed my first rom which was nonsensikal kaos froyo 5.4 . but try that i`ll try to remember what i did to my camera to fix the problem and post it for you
     
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    [ROM]KaosFroyo V38 [10/28] [FROYO] - Page 1495 - xda-developers

    I never advocated flashing a new ROM. I speak of flashing a new kernel. The XDA thread has dozens of people, from page 1495 onward, talking about their camera/battery issues when just running KaosFroyo v38 as-is. As the thread goes on, those same people are reporting good luck after the CFSv6 kernel is flashed into their KFv38 ROM.

    Some people want to flash KaosFroyo and keep it. They don't want to switch ROMs and they like what KF has. Also, Nonsensikal is not the same thing as Kaos. They're two separate FroYo builds for the Eris by separate people. It's possible that Nonsensikal uses a different kernel with his Froyo builds for Eris.
     
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    ok im running nonsensikal v10.8.1
     
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    Ok went to download it. Which one is it?

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