I took some photos and sent them in messages or stored them only. Suddenly, I am unable to see the images. They appear to be there but the images look like a blue screen. Properties indicate that a photo is there but I can't see them.
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From the manual, you can send the pictures to another phone via a MMS message.
Page 51 at - http://mymobile.three.co.uk:8080/mymobile/ZTE/866/img/Manu_guide.pdf Page 51 copy: My pictures This application enables you to view still images. Image files can be store in different folders: Photos, Wallpapers and Avatars. Select the desired image and press key to view the enlarged image. Press Right soft key [Mark] to select an image, and press Right soft key [Mark] again to cancel the selection. Press Left soft key [Options] to display the following popup menu items: Send via MMS: Attach the selected image to a message. Set as wallpaper: Set the picture as wallpaper. Rename: Change the name of the selected image. (Appears when Photos is selected) New slide: Create a new slideshow and attach the marked images. Add to slide: Add the selected image to a created slideshow. Mark all: Mark all images in the list. Unmark all: Unmark the marked images in the list. Delete: Delete marked images. (Appears when Photos is selected) File information: Shows information about the selected image file. New photo: Switch to camera interface. (Appears when Photos is selected)
Check your sent items and outbox folder to see if the you have any multimedia messages stored using up space...
If not then the image you are trying to send could be too large to send and save... Even though you have it set on Memory Card memory, the phone still uses its internal memory for things like the actual sending if you dont have enough space on the handset, it will show the message above
I would think simple first.It appears your camera can take a photo, but it has problems storeing it.
I've found that it can record images in TIFF-RGB, JPEG or RAW (NEF) format.Try and see if you can change the format of the picture and see if it can store it.
Also, the storage is compactFlash Type II card slot (Microdrive compatible).I don't know what type of microdrive you're using, but try changeing it or see if it can make problems to other cameras(if it's supported).
As a last resort, try restore the default settings of the camera.
Any of these ideas are worth to try...anything but paying 163;206.00 would help :P.Wish you luck, my friend!
Could be that the image file size is too large--seems to top out around 65 KB, then I get that same message when trying to download an image. If possible, ask your friend to resize the image to something like ~160x240 pixels, which should reduce the file size to something manageable, and then to resend.