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Problems with photos...

When I first got my nano I imported a few photos with no problems but after loading more songs and having about 7 mb of free space available my pics have disappeared and the info shows (0) photos and I cannot get them to load again even using different folders...???

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Re: Problems with photos...

If you have lyrics album pics on it that maybe why so delete some of the lyrics or pic of albums from it and see if that helps

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