You may have launched the camera on your Pocophone C40 and it displays an error message. Thus, if the camera of your Pocophone C40 no longer functions, sadly you can no longer take pictures. To resolve this problem, we decided to describe to you the steps to follow so that the camera of your Pocophone C40 works again. So we’ll see what you must do if the camera app on your Pocophone C40 shows you one of the following error messages:
- Camera is recording
- Camera failure
- Camera app is not responding
What to do when the camera does your Pocophone C40 no longer functions?
1- Restart your Pocophone C40
It can be the first of all thing to do once the Pocophone C40 camera is not working is to restart the phone. In truth, it happens sometimes that the issue is because of a simple bug. Once this is the circumstance, a little restart will fix the situation. If it still doesn’t work, you can navigate to the next step.
2- Update your applications
Occasionally the camera app does not work because it has not been updated . So you can update by going to Google Play and then finally in My video games and apps. If the app is already up to date or it still doesn’t work, navigate to the next step.
3- Empty the camera app cache of your Pocophone C40
It might be that the situation comes from the cache of the Pocophone C40 photo app. To fix the problem it’s enough to empty the cache of the app. To achieve this, you simply must go to the Pocophone C40 settings menu. Once there, press & nbsp; Apps & Notifications, then & nbsp; View apps & nbsp; & nbsp; Camera. After that go to Storage and click on Empty cache. After that try to restart the app.
4- Restart the Pocophone C40 in secure mode
If none of the previous steps work, it perhaps means that an app that is installed on your Pocophone C40 is conflicting with the camera . To find out if this is the case, you will need to restart your Pocophone C40 in secure mode. To discover how, read our content: How to start Pocophone C40 in secure mode. After you have started, you should try to launch the camera application. If it functions properly, it means that a recently installed app is in conflict. We therefore recommend you to uninstall the latest applications and test if it works.