When i want to take a picture it says "please try again"....or...if i have taken a photo i can`t see it. the same problem is with the video camera...even though i have enough memory it says that memory is full. what should i do?
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If the photo was taken properly it will be saved within the phone. Now open camera and use the left corner key to open the OPTIONS. You will find the links to the previous files and it can be opened. Normally the camera shots go to the image folder and it can be transferred and named into the memory card- my pictures.
hi, it could be that the memory of your phone is full...you could just try delete some things that are not really useful to you, then you can now restore your factory setting..it should work well... cheers
mine had the same problem. go into memory under settings and (if you have a card) move some pictures/videos/music/sounds to the card from the phone memory. if you don't have a card, try deleting a few pictures/videos/music/sounds from your phone memory.
The BlackBerry device user is unable to send photos taken with the BlackBerry device camera in Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messages, because the photos taken by the BlackBerry device camera may be too large to send in MMS messages.
Reduce the size or quality of the photo and resend.
To access the size and quality options for the BlackBerry device camera, complete the following steps:
Open the Camera application.
Click the menu button.
Change the Picture Size and Picture Quality settings as required.
Click the menu button and select Save.
And try to send the photo in an email message instead of in an MMS message.
it's actually a "normality" of motorola cameras ... The sound you hear of it "snapping" a picture and what you really see are two different time frames. Best trick: hold still even after you hear/see it take a pic.
Go into your options and see what your resolution size is. Try bumping it up if you can. Hopfuilly that beefs up the photo size.
opened iphoto and it gives "no items to import" ?
if true try this.
when iPhoto is open and your phone is connected, open the albumn of pictures you've taken with your iphone on your iphone. iPhoto should immediately recognize the new pictures you had taken and should indicate "x items to import." x being number of photos. An alternative to this can be If you individually delete the previously imported iPhone Camera Roll pictures using the trash can on the bottom right (touching the screen brings it up), iPhoto will then see the new iPhone pictures for importing. I believe this can be done without opening at the time of sync the iPhone Camera Roll picture album as you suggested. Give these a try and let me know.