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Pictures are not saving

My pictures do not seem to be saving. I take a picture go into "photos" and none of them are there. I am using internal memory. Any suggestions?

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    Debra Valdez Dec 12, 2013

    Mine is doing this as well. It's a Motorola XPRT MB612. The SD card isn't full. The photo shows on the camera screen, but when I try to open it, it no longer exists. I just removed ALL photos from the SD card to a file on the computer, so if the SD card were out of position, I would think I couldn't access them to do that. Going to try taking another photo now that the SD card has no images on it. But, if it still doesn't work, what's wrong?

  • Debra Valdez
    Debra Valdez Dec 12, 2013

    Actually, this is Debra's mother: wendyatlarge@gmail.com.

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Mine was doing the same thing...the sd card had moved..try taking the back off and putting it back together..sounds simple but it might work :)

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Do u have a sd card in it? if so, u should prolly save it to that... or when u take the pic, press save to phone or memory card... if it works, your welcome lol...

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