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Try deleting saved messages,, inbox, drafts, then delete pictures you have downloaded, then delete unused themes etc. You have probably filled it up with one of those or all. Turn off autosave outgoing texts and clean out messages, pictures etc regularly.
I changed the memory settings to save pictures on the phone memory. I was then able to save the picture taken. I then turned the phone off removed the memory card and put it back in. I turned the phone on and changed themeory settings back to saving the picture on the card. I took a picture and was able to save it. The pictures were viewable on the camera.
You are goint to have to save all of your pictures on your computer. format your micro sd card. then proceed to put you images on the specefied folder. There should be a folder for images, sound (mp3), and video. If you fail to put the images in the specefied folder you will not be able to open them through your phone.