Question about HTC Touch Viva Cell Phone
I TOOK PICTURES WITH MY CELL PHONE (OMNIA I900v)
WHEN I OPEN THE PICS, IT CANNOT SUPPORT THE FORMAT
EVEN MY PC CANNOT OPEN THIS FORMAT (MENC)
The .menc extension is the indicator that tells
whether a file is encrypted. The purpose of the extension is to
indicate that you can't open those files. A Lock icon is also
associated with the encrypted files.
When you insert the storage card back to your device where the files were encrypted, the [GUID] will match with the decryption key on your device and the [GUID].menc extension will not be displayed. Encrypted files will appear just like normal files and they can be opened.
To decrypt files that are encrypted, the current solution is to transfer them from the storage card to a computer via ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center, and then copy them back to the storage card after the Storage Card Encryption has been disabled on the device.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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