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Re: Clearing out a cellpones data
Give "restore factory settings" when you give this you will be asked for security code & all your contents which are available in the phone memory will be erased including contacts,messages,pictures etc ...
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try clearing the cache for your gallery or force close. got to settings then apps or app data then go to all apps just after running apps. search thru all apps till you get to galley there you can clear data and cache for gallery after that force close it then go back to gallery to view your pictures the way you normally would see it it works.
The Camera is an application itself and stores user data. It is typical when upgrading Android Operating System that some application previously installed experience conflicts with the new system usually because of user data.
This can be fixed by resetting or clearing that application's user data; in effect "factory resetting" the application only- not the phone.
1. Navigate to your phone's "Settings" via menu button.
2. Scroll down to "Applications" and select it.
3. Next, select "Manage applications."
4. Now, select the "All" tab
5. Scroll to find "Camera" and select it.
6. You may now select "Clear data" to reset your Camera application to it's original state.
Now start taking pictures again.
Try doing a soft reset. You won't lose any data, just remove the battery while the phone is on... wait 1-2 minutes then put it back and turn on.
Also, if applicable, clear your phone's cache on the browser. Try clearing your call and text history. If you have several pictures, try putting them on your computer by either emailing or putting on a memory card.
Basically, the issue is either due to the phone (which the soft reset should help) or because of excessive data (the removal of history, etc should help).
Let me know if this doesn't fix it. I'll be on for 20 more minutes.
I have to jump to the obvious first question here: Have you tried clearing out some data from the phone? Make sure you clean out Sent and Deleted messages, and delete some pictures that maybe didn't turn out so well.