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01-02-2010 07:28 PM
That's odd... I have AT&T and a Curve 8310; it has both a video and audio recorder built into it. I could not access my video recorder until I bought and inserted a microSD card into the Curve. The video camera's recordings take up a lot of memory compared to the camera, and if you don't have a memory card installed, this could be your problem.
If you do have a memory card with space on it, it's possible that the video recorder icon was accidentally hidden from view on the Home screen. While in the Home screen, press the Menu button (to the left of the trackball) and make sure "Show All" is checked. This will show you all icons, even the hidden ones; see if you can find the video camera icon among your list of icons.
FYI - You can also access the video recorder through the "Camera" icon. Click on the Camera icon, then once the screen switches to camera viewfinder, click on the Menu button (left of the trackball) and select "Video camera." This will then give you recording access to the video feature if your device has memory.