Thankfully, Samsung released a camera-specific firmware update that should mostly correct this issue.I say “mostly” because the camera is still a little slow, but I confirmed that it does work now. On your Homescreen, Besides the fact that it is written in completely broken english (Samsung is from Korea after all), I have no idea what this is talking about.Turn on your TV and insert your flash drive into the "USB" port on the TV.Press the "Menu" button to display the menu and then select "Support." Select "Software Upgrade" and press "Enter."Allow your TV to scan for the USB flash drive.
Download the firmware file for your Samsung TV to your computer.
Firmware updates are important because they can fix errors, improve compatibility, and increase performance.
In a recent Froyo, Android 2.2.1 update, Samsung released a faulty version.
Nowhere does it note anything about a price, and I have not heard of anyone actually being charged something on their phone bill for this.
You never have to give Samsung your credit card info, so I think it is just left over fragments of software that shouldn’t be there.