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Topic # 42693 8-Oct-2009 23:19
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Hi all,

Hoping someone could shed some light on this. I have a Nokia N97 and for some reason, the photos I took recently couldn't be found anywhere. It had always worked fine in the past.

One change I could think of was when I downloaded and installed that Augmented Reality software for the N97. I'm not sure if it would have something to do with it.

So what happens is that I take a picture, then go to Menu -> Photos -> Captured, but the picture I just took wasn't there. I did this several times more and none of them were in this Captured folder...

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance :)

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  Reply # 262581 9-Oct-2009 00:12
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Hmmm, I haven't had such a problem before.

Make sure to check your memory card if you have one and even the phone memory.



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  Reply # 262620 9-Oct-2009 08:49
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Lol dude it's me Fitzie! Did you realise it was me?

How are you doing anyway? Enjoying aussie?

Anyways, how do I check the phone memory? I don't have an external memory card on the phone.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 263425 12-Oct-2009 09:53
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I have had the exact same issue with my 5800...

Nobody in Cyberspace can explain why this happens - all anyone ever says is do a backup and format the memory card.

I do this and it's fine for a short time but then I get the intermittent didsappearing photos thing happening again. Bloody annoying.




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  Reply # 263430 12-Oct-2009 10:10
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Hi Dan, did you install the augemented reality software on your phone?

For me, it had always worked fine until recently and the only change I could remember was that installation. I haven't tried to uninstall it though... maybe I should and see if it still works...

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  Reply # 263464 12-Oct-2009 12:18
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Nope. Never downloaded or installed any such program/application.

There's absolutely no common denominator as far as I can tell.




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  Reply # 263490 12-Oct-2009 14:01
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Hey coolspidey, good to see you on Geekzone finally:)

E-mail or FB me if you wanna chat!

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  Reply # 269333 2-Nov-2009 17:23
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I had the same problem on my 5800. It seems to be that photos stored on the memory card were 'disappearing' (although in fact they were still there if I looked via a card reader). In my case when they disappeared it would only show me the photos stored on the phone memory.

I can get a temporary fix by taking another photo (my storage is set to the memory card by default), and then the photos on the memory card 'reappear'. However they disappear again when I reset the phone.




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