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IPhone camera When I take a picture with the iphone, the lens sound occurs to indicate the image was captured, but the pictures do not load or appear anywhere on the phone including the camera roll folder. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2008

    the same happen to me. what should i do?

  • sinders Oct 08, 2008

    When I click the camera icon, it makes the photo-taking sound, but then freezes with the shutters closed and doesn't process the photos any further. No photos are saved to the Camera Roll

  • ferdinand_ko Nov 23, 2008

    My camera opens the "lenses" but it is black. Also up-date to the newest software 2.2 does not help. Before, it also showed that no space is anym more and some pictures should be deleted. I did not have any photos in the camera. The camera is new.

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My camera opens the "lenses" but it is black. Also up-date to the newest software 2.2 does not help. Before, it also showed that no space is anym more and some pictures should be deleted. I did not have any photos in the camera. The camera was new.

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