How to overcome the 'Camera Failed' in the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, or other Galaxy series
- Step 1
In some cases, error 'Camera Failed' happened because the camera app a bit messy. You can solve this problem with a bit of cleaning very simple. The trick, go to Settings → Application Manager/Apps, then swipe left to the All Apps (All). Scroll down to find the Camera application, and select. Then, press the Force Stop, then Clear Cache, and Clear Data.
You do not need to worry, it will not delete the photos you have, but it will only remove your camera settings, so you have to organize from scratch again. Reboot or restart your smartphone and see if it works.
- Step 2
If it still does not work, step two is to remove the 'Cache partition'. To do this, first turn off your cell phone and then press and hold the Volume Up, Power and Home. When his cell phone vibrates, release the Power button but still hold the Volume Up and Home. When you've seen the scenes 'Android Recovery', then navigate to the option 'Wipe Cache Partiotion' using the volume button down and use the Power button to select it. It will not remove all of your data, but will reset the application cache, which can solve the problem of camera failure.
- Step 3
Still does not work as well? It is now time to implement the option final,: Factory Reset. Make sure that you have backed up everything you need in advance, as this will restore your phone back to factory conditions that initial formation in the absence of any your things in it.
- Step 4
Still no difference? Remove your default camera application, and try using the Google Camera app (requires version KitKat or above) or use one camera application a third party that is already widely available in the Play Store. Even so, you still have to read the review with a caution: because there are several Android camera app is far better than other applications.
The first thing you should do is to follow the steps already described above, but if none of that works, then you need to talk to the counter, dealers, distributors, or the Samsung itself, depending on where you buy the S5, to tattle problem.
If the camera can function in this mode, means you do not run into problems with hardware or firmware. And unfortunately, if the camera does not work in safe mode position, then maybe the problem lies in the hardware or firmware. But even so, do not rush to complain to the dealer, first try to take the steps mentioned above. In many cases, do a factory reset can make your handset to function as usual, including the camera.