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There is a picture that is always on the display screen that I can;t get rid of. It looks like a leaf or a banana. It must be a preloaded photo as I never put any on there. It still functions, but I can't change modes or browse the library et al

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    Restore doesn't work. Its the first thing I tried!

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Try to restore default value.

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