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If its an android system and you wish to delete an app, keep your finger on the app and the trash bin will drop down. Drag and drop the app to the trash bin. For phone messages or notifications select 'more' and then select 'delete' check the box on the item you wish to delete and hit 'delete'
To delete individual pictures, press the delete button while viewing the picture. The delete button is the top button on the "button bar", marked with a trash can.
To delete all pictures, format the internal memory and/or memory card. Memory cards should be formatted each time you finish downloading your pictures to your computer. http://resources.kodak.com/support/shtml/en/manuals/urg01132/urg01132c5s2.shtml
To delete individual pictures, select the picture in playback mode then press the trash-can button (also marked FUNC).
To delete all pictures, your best bet is to format the card. FixYa is full of people asking how to salvage pictures from cards that haven't been formatted regularly. To format the card, press the MENU button. Use left/right to select Setup (wrench and hammer). Use up/down to select Format and press SET.
On the back of the Camera there is a "Delete" button, that has a picture of a Trash Can on it. Press and hold this button for 1 Second to delete the last picture taken. You should hear a short beep. To delete al the pictures off the camera, Press and hold the delete button for at least 2 seconds.You should hear a longer beep sound as confirmation.
Heidi, to delete the pictures on your camera you need to press the review button on your camera, the review button is like an icon of a triangle. Now if you pictur is already displayed on your screen you just need to press the delete button or the trash bin button.
Go into your camera like you would your hard drive. Go to my computer then, look for your camera listed. Then there is usually a folder listed DCIM. Just look throught those folders. You will find the pictures. Then select them all by clicking and holding shift and delete.
First close any application that you may have open that used the photo...or that you used to view or edit the photo.
The problem could be that the application or photo was in use. Usually it won't allow you to delete a file that is in use by a program.
Once you are sure that the applications are closed. then click on the photo (if this is a Mac) and press and hold down the the apple command key (one on each side of your spacebar) then hit the delete key. The item should disappear...(it moves it to the trash)
Or you can just drag and drop it to the trash.
Hope this helps. Have a great day!
Turn on camera - Press the Play back button (round button at the bottom of the vertical buttons) - Press the button corresponding to the trash can icon (delete) - It will be pulling up there ONE and ALL - Use the horizontal buttons to select whether you're going to delete only ONE or ALL - Use the buttons vertically and horizontally so you could select on the OPTIONS