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Losing photos

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I take a photo & its saved to a gallery directory,within a short time the gallery shows a blank icon & the actual photos lost but its details still show in the details box, similarily I've copied 18 photos from PC to use as pics with contacts,only 2 now show in the gallery from original 18 though the pics show in contact details Any ideas please? (LG Optimus one)

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I take a photo & its saved to a gallery directory,within a short time the gallery shows a blank icon & the actual photos lost but its details still show in the details box, similarily I've copied 18 photos from PC to use as pics with contacts,only 2 now show in the gallery from original 18 though the pics show in contact details Any ideas please? (LG Optimus one)

A photo taken Nov 2nd has now gone,the icon is still in the gallery & details show correctly but no actual picture now,no ideas anyone?

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A photo taken Nov 2nd has now gone,the icon is still in the gallery & details show correctly but no actual picture now,no ideas anyone?

3 pics taken Nov 6th have now gone,were there yesterday,pic details remain but no actual photo, nobody got any idea what's happening?

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Well LG have no idea why it happens,took a pic Monday & it was gone Tuesday but 2 taken Nov 10th are still in the gallery

Come on someone must have a theory!

Assistant in Southend Orange shop reckons pics weren't bright enough to be recognised by phone software though laptop does show pics correctly, does that make sense?

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Does it show up in file manager? What Rom you using?

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Does it show up in file manager? What Rom you using?

Not sure how to check rom but I'm useing android 2.1.1 Picture icons showed in gallery but blank,details showed pic infor though,connected to PC I can see pictures,I think the dark picture theory is the answer as brighter pics show ok.

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