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How to fix ‘No Camera is Found’ error on rooted Asus Zenfone 2 ASUS

Asus Zenfone 2 users have recently been complaining about a new camera bug that results in 'No Camera is Found' error, soon after installing one-click root or SuperSU root exploit on the device.

Fortunately, the Android community has unearthed a fix for the 'Camera Not Found' issue that actually re-roots your Asus phone, before applying the bugfix software to address the problem.

Zenfone 2 users are advised to try reinstalling the official or stock firmware, before proceeding with the fix provided in this tutorial.

In most cases, just revoking the root with official firmware reinstallation should do the trick, as the root modifications done to the firmware are said to be the major cause of this camera issue.

IBTimes UK reminds readers it will not be held liable for any damage to device while installing the fix. Users are advised to proceed at their own risk.


  • Back up your important data and settings on the phone to avoid unexpected data loss during the installation of root-fix.
  • Disable all security software including antivirus updates on the computer, before you proceed.
  • Ensure that the Android SDK for Windows or ADB for Mac OS X/Linux is installed/setup on the computer
  • Verify that USB Debugging mode is enabled via Settings > Developer Options
  • Make sure that the Zenfone 2 has at least 50% battery charge to avoid unexpected device shutdown, while installing this fix.
  • The instructions provided in this guide are applicable for Asus Zenfone 2 with model numbers T00F and TT00J, and they must be running the firmware build number of WW model.

Steps to fix 'No Camera is Found' error on rooted Asus Zenfone 2

  1. Launch the web browser app on your computer and then download the root exploit from here.
  2. Copy the file to desktop and unzip it on your computer.
  3. Connect your Asus Zenfone 2 to the computer via USB cable.
  4. Open the root exploit folder on the computer's desktop and then launch a command prompt window: press and hold Shift key while right clicking on empty space in the window.
  5. Reboot the phone into fastboot mode by entering the following command in the cmd window: adb reboot bootloader.
  6. Next, type the following commands – press enter after each line:
  • fastboot flash fastboot files/root/fastboot.img
  • fastboot reboot bootloader

7. Wait a few moments and then execute the following commands one by one and the bootloader will be unlocked:

  • fastboot flash dnx files/vanilla/dnx_fwr_ctp_a500cg.bin
  • fastboot flash ifwi files/root/ifwi_ctp_a500cg.bin
  • fastboot reboot-bootloader

8. Now root your Zenfone 2 by entering the following commands in the same cmd window:

  • fastboot flash recovery files/root/recovery.img
  • fastboot flash update files/root/
  • adb reboot bootloader

9. Finally, ensure that the 'Camera not found' bug is fixed by entering these commands:

  • fastboot flash fastboot files/vanilla/fastboot.img
  • fastboot flash recovery files/vanilla/recovery.img
  • fastboot flash dnx files/vanilla/dnx_fwr_ctp_a500cg.bin
  • fastboot flash ifwi files/vanilla/ifwi_ctp_a500cg.bin
  • fastboot reboot

That's it. Disconnect the USB cable and you have now successfully fixed the camera bug on your Asus Zenfone 2, without losing root access.

[Source: Android Geeks]