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URGENT I took a picture using my V3 the other day Initially there seemed to be no problem veiwing it but the next day it refused to open Now when I click on the file all that appers is a flower with a cross against it.It has not been deleted and says 0B stored .How do I retrieve this picture .It is very important to me Please help me !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Does you phone have a memory card?

The "0B" of pics could be the internal phone memory as the picture was moved/stored to the memory card in your cell (if you have one - this is different than the sim card).

Hope that helps.. :)

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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