I just bought a Polaroid i737, i'm using the batteries given with the product but after 5 minutes working it shut down the camera saying " low battery ", i tried with others new batteries and the result is the same... Please help me ( and forgive my bad english ).
I just got this camera as well, but it hasn't been having this problem. Before I got a memory chip though, it was really slow, and its possible that it uses up more battery without the chip. I would try putting a memory chip in first to see if that helps, but if not, then its probably a defect in the camera :(
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On the left hand side of the card there should be a small tab (white most the time) You can slide this little tab up and down, In your case move it to side that does not say LOCKED or just the other side.
The lock on SD cards are for protection. Just in case you have pictures you don't want to get erased by accident,,,Just move tab to locked again!!!
I was in need of a new USB cord for my Polaroid i737 as well. This was a problem for me because thee SD card I use with my i737 is a HC card and can only be read by/through my camera. Thankfully, I managed to find one on E-bay and purchased it.
However, if you are using a non-HC SD card for your camera, I would suggest just using an SD card reader to transfer your photos from your card to your computer.