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Topic # 21416 25-Apr-2008 21:37
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hey guys

my mate has recently bought a brand new vodafone 715 andits going great. but when he video calls me, the camera image that i see if from the camera on the back of the phone, not on the front. we have tried a few things to change it to the fornt bot so far have not been successful.

any ideas anyone on how to change it the camera o the front, becasue so far we have been resorting to using a mirror and other rediculous ideas.

cheers

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  Reply # 126386 25-Apr-2008 22:00
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Off the top of my head the 715 only has a rear camera so there isn't a front one to use!


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  Reply # 126390 25-Apr-2008 22:21
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Off the top of my head the 715 only has a rear camera so there isn't a front one to use!

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  Reply # 126431 26-Apr-2008 09:39
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When you take a look at a picture of one or something, there is one little circle at the top right. would this just be there to look like a camera then?

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  Reply # 126439 26-Apr-2008 10:08
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I believe that this is actually a light sensor - you can download the userguide from the help and support to view this - but (using this mac anyway) the quality of the PDF download is quite rubbish.

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  Reply # 126470 26-Apr-2008 11:52
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It's a light sensor to automatically adjust the screen brightness depending on the light conditions.

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