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Hello. where are the pictures i've taken located?

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It depends on what settings you have given in your phone if you have given it as to save in memory card it'll there in pictures or images folder in memory card or if you have made to save in phone itself it'll be somewhere like gallery in the mobile..if you had given the mobile model of the one which you are talking about it would have been very simple answer..
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