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On my new camera phone (samsung a737), all of the pictures that i take show up really dark on my phone. I have tried changing the brightness, the contrast, and several other settings for the camera, but nothing seems to work.

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On my samsung t729 the phone will not allow me to take photos. the message memory is full pops up on the screen, but the phones memory is no where near full. what can i do to correct this?

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