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You may have launched the camera on your Vivo Y3 and it displays an error message. Thus, in the event that the camera of your Vivo Y3 no longer works, sadly you can no longer take photos. To solve this problem, we decided to describe to you the steps to follow so that the camera of your Vivo Y3 works again. So we will see what you need to do in the event that the camera app on your Vivo Y3 shows you 1 of the following error messages:

  • Camera is recording
  • Camera failure
  • Camera app is not responding


What to do when the camera does your Vivo Y3 no longer works?

1- Restart your Vivo Y3

It’s the first of all thing to do once the Vivo Y3 camera is not working is to restart the phone. Certainly, it occurs sometimes that the situation is due to a simple bug. Once this is the circumstance, a tiny restart will fix the problem. If it still does not work, you can go to the next section.

2- Update your applications

Oftentimes the camera app does not work because it has not been updated . So you can update by going to Google Play and lastly in My video games and apps. If the app is already up to date or it still does not work, go to the next section.

3- Empty the camera app cache of your Vivo Y3

It could be that the problem originates from the cache of the Vivo Y3 photo application. To repair the problem it’s enough to empty the cache of the application. To get this done, you will need to go to the Vivo Y3 settings menu. Once there, press & nbsp; Apps & Notifications, then & nbsp; View apps & nbsp; & nbsp; Camera. After that go to Storage and simply click Empty cache. After that try to restart the application.

4- Restart the Vivo Y3 in secure mode

If non-e of the prior steps work, it probably means that an application that is installed on your Vivo Y3 is conflicting with the camera . To know in the event that this is the case, you simply must restart your Vivo Y3 in secure mode. To find out how, read our tuto: Tips on how to start Vivo Y3 in secure mode. After you have started, you should try to launch the camera application. If it works properly, it means that a recently installed app is in conflict. We consequently advise you to uninstall the latest applications and test if it works.