Question about Samsung Digimax A503 Digital Camera
One day I hit protect all pictures because I dont I was bored haha anyways now I have about 25 protected pictures that I can not delete and they are taking up space on my camera. Ive tried everything and I keep failing SO anyways I really need help I have a red samsung digimax A 503 camera 5.0 mega pixel 2.0 LCD MEMORY CARD:: lexar 512 MB PPPLLEASSSE HELP ME IM DESPERATE! ps: I have tried the delete all button yet nothing works. thanks, AshLar12
To unprotect images:
- Turn on camera
- Press on PLAY BACK button (wherein you are viewing pictures)
- Press MENU button once
- Scroll to the right until you PROTECT menu tab
- Scroll down to SELECT or ALL PICS
- Highlight ALL PICS
- Press MENU button
* It will be displaying pictures and another submenu
telling you to UNLOCK or LOCK pictures
- Use your zoom switch to change the submenu to UNLOCK
- Once you've seen UNLOCK
- Press MENU button so pictures will be released/unlocked
Those are the steps on how to UNPROTECT pictures
on your A503.
If you'll be having questions, feel free to post it here.
Hope i will be helping you now on these.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
Here is a link for the users manual I am sure I saw in there a soloution to ya prob. http://www.samsungcamerausa.com/pub/20060223_0_A503-A403_Eng_ver1%5B1%5D.1.pdf
Posted on Aug 03, 2007
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"Protecting Photographs from Deletion
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a Windows computer. Note that protected files will be deleted when the memory card is
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