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Hi all,

I upgraded to iOS 5.1 with my 64GB IPhone 4S and one of the new features is that the quick access button for the camera is always supposed to show on the lock screen (not just when you double-click home like with 5.0). The button does show, but it doesn't work any more. When I press it the camera icon the lock screen just shakes and no camera...

Any ideas, or is this a bug?
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Swipe from the camera icon up towards the top of the screen . . . .

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Cheers, didn't look at the icon close enough to see the subtle hint on this!
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