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How can i clear internal memory?

Internal memory full and i cannot take any photos

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Press the playback button.
It's an arrow towards the bottom, just to the left of the SHARE button.

Press the trash can button, it's right above the arrows. You can choose to delete the current picture you're on, or all of them.

If you don't want to delete the picture you're on, and you don't want to delete all of them, then choose exit, by pressing in the middle of the four arrows.

While you have the picture shown, press the "zoom out" button. It's a "w" at the top right of your camera. This will show you a page of your photos. Choose which ones you want to delete by pressing the arrow buttons to get to them and pressing the center arrow when you see one to delete. After you have a check box by the ones you don't want any more, press the "trash can" and then choose "Selected" by pressing the down arrow then the center arrow button. Make sure you select "yes." Done.

You will probably want to think about buying a memory card. You can hold a lot more photos that way. :]

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Greetings ashley 1980,

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