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V-urgent I have nokia 6681 .The snaps or video taken are stored in memory card . But when i open GALLERY ,it shows "0 pics".Although these pics & videos can be opened from FILE MANAGER . My "Q" is ,how 2 open with GALLERY ????? GIRISH------INDIA

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    have nokia 6681 .The snaps or video taken are stored in memory card .
    But when i open GALLERY ,it shows "0 pics".Although these pics &
    videos can be opened from FILE MANAGER . My "Q" is ,how 2 open with
    GALLERY ????? GIRISH------INDIA

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