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Thread: Casio G'zOne (Black) File System Question

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    conclusion: casio boulder camera re-enable

    after I:
    saved the a-key
    wrote bin file
    stopped upgrade after phone rebooted first time
    rewrote esn
    rewrote a key
    performed an esn swop with verizon to a different phone, and then swopped right back to casio boulder....
    My casio boulder makes calls and takes pictures!
    Ok, so I'm here to make money...

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    My job doesn't allow me to carry a phone, they have recently started cracking down, someone was let go due to a camera phone! So, I need to disable my camera, is there a way to do this? I have cut a piece of black electrical tape to cover lens, but when you hit the camera or video button, it pulls up the software, but has a black screen (obviously). Can you go about this instruction in reverse to help me?
    is this thing on, hello, can you hear me?

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    Has this worked for any body? I'd hate to hose my boulder

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    I know that this is an old thread, but has anyone found a way to do this. Having the camera there mocks me.

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    Enable the camera in a non-camera boulder (at your own risk)

    This is of course....AT Your Own Risk and assuming you have some technical background.

    You need....

    1. Data Cable
    2. CHMC PST v1.2.0.0
    3. drivers and dlls

    then...

    1. Connect the Boulder to computer via data cable
    2. Open CHMC PST
    3. Choose correct dll and port....i use s-type dll and port 5
    4. Click "Settings" button near bottom left of window
    5. Choose "Features" tab in settings window
    6. Click "Read from Phone" button
    7. Scroll down to Camera and click drop down box
    8. You then have a choice to either enable or disable camera
    9. Choose enable camera
    10. Click "Write to Phone"

    Your phone will then reset and your camera is now active. I have done this to my wifes rubberized boulder and then tested call/push to talk and all is working great. Although it worked for me I still stress that this procedure is at you own risk. Good Luck.

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    So, do you still have to worry about re loading the ESN and A-Key as described in the earlier post?

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    Enable the camera in a non-camera boulder (at your own risk)

    No, you don't have to worry about all that technical stuff like bin and hex. Due to the fact that all you are basically doing is directing CHMC PST to enable that particular setting that is all it will change.

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