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1) You should (of course) back up your personal data first! 2) Yes. A factory reset/clean should do the trick. That is: if the camera worked during your last system clean.


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Open Camera app uses Camera API2 which allows apps to fully utilize the camera hardware and opens up even more features (if your hardware supports) to apps. Unless the app in question (the one you use to make time-lapse) has been implemented using CameraAPI2 you may not get the full features you state you get from Open Camera. Alternatively some apps may ...


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As I guessed (and was proven by the output of the mount command), parts of the file system were mounted read-only – specifically the internal and external SD cards. Take a look at the lines with vold/179:65 entries ("vold" is used for the SD cards only), I'm picking one for example: /dev/block/vold/179:65 /mnt/media_rw/sdcard1 vfat ...


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I think those Use image file as camera answers will help you. I don't know if it works for video, too, but to activate WhatsApp Web a static image should be enough.


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Having just experienced a similar issue, I've found that the apps "Camera FV-5" and "Cinema FV-5" both have nice extra options, including ones affecting focus. Worked for me, even if I'm not sure quite which buttons I hit.


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It does actually record in Slow motion but you need to go to the inbuilt LG video player to play back in slow speed. It is here that you can modify the speed when you edit the video. You can also set sections of the video to work in certain speeds which is pretty cool.



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