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Camera and messaging

I took some photos and sent them in messages or stored them only. Suddenly, I am unable to see the images. They appear to be there but the images look like a blue screen. Properties indicate that a photo is there but I can't see them.

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    When I tap the screen to enlarge the photo it goes very dim and is hard to see. Below the photo there is what appears to be a small pencil icon which was never there before. Can you help me resolve this problem. Thank you



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It sounds weird but your phone is telling itself its too large even though u took them with phone

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