I have owned the Nokia Lumia 520 GoPhone for about 3 Months now. Every time I take a picture it says "You can take sharper pictures by using auto-focus. Press the camera button halfway down, and then take a picture." Well I never noticed anything different when trying to do this and it didn't really bother me, but I did notice my pictures were usually not very sharp. Well last month my wife also got a Nokia Lumia 520 and I happend to pick it up last week to take a picture and when I tried to autofocus with it a little focus box pops up on the screen and it focuses in very nicely. So I didn't even realize up to that point that my camera is in some way broken. It has never autofocused properly and I just didn't know it because I had never seen it work before. It works great on my wife's phone, every time. So what do I do? I've looked for any sort of option to turn it on but with no luck. I'm thinking the phone is just defective. Who do I contact to Fix it and will I be able to get a replacement even though i've owned it for 3 months? Any info on this would be appreciated.
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