This may the auto screen brightness setting, as when your phone is in the sun it knows and will adjust the brightness high to compensate for the bright surrounding and vice versa for being inside where it is often darker.
Here is the step-by-step process for the most common causes of this error: Dismount camera lens – before you remove the lens, make sure that you are doing this in a clean environment indoors. I prefer to do it at night (when kids are sleeping) in the bathroom :) If you have not dismounted a lens from your camera yet, now is the time to learn. Turn off your camera. Press the lens release button located to the left of the lens when the camera is viewed from the top, then rotate the lens clock-wise to dismount the lens as shown here. Right after the lens is dismounted, put the black plastic camera cap back on the camera lens mount to prevent dust from getting into the camera. Clean lens contacts – there are many different cleaning solutions out there, but I would recommend the following approach: first, wash your hands with soap and dry them out. Next, put some denatured alcohol (ethanol) on dry, light-colored microfiber cloth, wrap it around your index finger and gently wipe each lens contact in circular...
you'll find most SD cards have to have a specific format for that camera, you'll wanna back up any data on the SD card and then in the settings of most cameras you'll find a "Format" option. If that format option can discover the SD card it will just need to be formatted. Hope this helps
Attempt to boot into safe mode • Turn the device off. • Press and hold the Power key. • When 'Samsung Galaxy S5' appears on the screen, release the Power key. • Immediately after releasing the Power key, press and hold the Volume down key. • Continue to hold the Volume down key until the device finishes restarting. If that doesn't fix your issues your next best bet is to order some tools and dismantle and reassemble it to make sure all the ribbon cables are plugged in properly.
Hi Adain, I would give them a hardreset, If this doesn't work it's an indication that the issue may be hardware related and will need a technician to check soldering, plugs etc. Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds. Release the button. The battery Fuel Gauge LEDs will all blink white, then the first will blink red—this sequence will happen three times. When the lights stop flashing, the reset is complete.
Retrieve/reset your apple ID password is the only way. This is a security feature to discourage phones being stolen, brute forced, hacked etc You'll still get $10 on ebay for it, they make great paper weights :^)