You may have launched the camera on your Vivo Y52 and it displays an error text message. Thus, if perhaps the camera of your Vivo Y52 no longer works, sadly you may no longer take photos. To solve this trouble, we therefore decided to describe to you the steps to follow so that the camera of your Vivo Y52 works again. So we will see what you should do if perhaps the camera app on your Vivo Y52 shows you 1 of the following error messages:
- Camera is recording
- Camera failure
- Camera app is not responding
How to proceed when the camera does your Vivo Y52 no longer works?
1- Restart your Vivo Y52
It is actually the 1st thing to do once the Vivo Y52 camera is not working is to restart the phone. In truth, it happens sometimes that the problem is due to a basic bug. When ever this is the case, a small restart will fix the situation. Whenever it still doesn’t work, you may go to the next step.
2- Update your applications
At times the camera application doesn’t work because it has not been updated . So you may update by going to Google Play and finally in My video games and apps. Whenever the app is already up to date or it still doesn’t work, go to the next step.
3- Empty the camera application cache of your Vivo Y52
It can be that the situation originates from the cache of the Vivo Y52 photo app. To fix the problem it can be enough to empty the cache of the app. To accomplish this, you have got to go to the Vivo Y52 settings menu. Once there, simply click & nbsp; Apps & Notifications, after that & nbsp; View apps & nbsp; & nbsp; Camera. Then go to Storage and press Empty cache. Then try to restart the app.
4- Restart the Vivo Y52 in secure mode
Whenever non-e of the prior steps work, it perhaps means that an app that is installed on your Vivo Y52 is conflicting with the camera . To know if perhaps this is the case, you simply must restart your Vivo Y52 in secure mode. To discover how, read our tuto: Ways to start Vivo Y52 in secure mode. After getting started, you will need to try to launch the camera application. Whenever it works properly, this means that a recently installed app is in conflict. We therefore advise you to uninstall the latest applications and test if it works.