Sony Xperia Z C6602 Camera Flashlight Not Working

Posted in Sony Ericsson with , , on December 2, 2016

If Camera Flashlight is not working Sony Xperia Z C6602 this image is vary useful to solve the issue. This can be cause of water damages in Sony Xperia Z C6602.

Sony Xperia Z C6602 Camera Flashlight Not Working

Sony Xperia Z C6602 Camera Flashlight Not Working


So in first step check the battery. If it is not charged and less then 5 or 10 percent then might be possible flashlight do not work proper.

If batter is fully charged and flash light option is ON from the camera settings then you have to check hardware issue in Sony Xperia Z C6602.

In some cases you can restore the phone and check if flashlight problem can be solved. But if doing all above steps can not solve Sony Xperia Z C6602 camera flash problem then you have to disassemble Sony Xperia Z C6602 and check all these parts that are given in above image and all are in-lined with different colors so that you can find out the track of parts that are used in camera flash light function in Sony Xperia Z C6602.

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Restore Hard reset will set your phone in origional factorry settings. It will remove all the data and apps that you installed. Your contacts will be removed and you have to add them again.

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