I purchased two i737 digital cameras for my granddaughters. I also bought new rechageable batteries for the cameras. The info on the batteries says take up to 240 pictures on a charge. I am lucky if they cant take 20! I have changed the resolutions, shot without flash, and a number of other combinations but nothing helps! I took the same batteries and put them in my Kodak which has nearly exact same combinations and I got well over 200 pictures and the batteries are still not completely discharged. So, it isn't the batteries. HELP!
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Try lithium ion or quality rechargable batteries if you have not already. Regular alkalines will not cut it, even if they are new sometimes. The battery type really can make a difference with digital cameras.
If it sounds like the lens is jammed or you try those batteries and it still won't move, then you've got a bigger problem. If you bought it less than a year ago and have your receipt (this is important), call Polaroid and they may replace it (assuming it's not too beat up looking or damaged). Be prepared to wait a few weeks for the replacement.
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.