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Topic # 8652 18-Jul-2006 14:00
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HELP ME PLEASE!

my hyundai tx115c freezes every time I open Pictures - My Pictures- In Camera and this is really really annoying! I don't mind if I have to delete some, but i can't even select a picture to delete!
PLEASE help as i have pictures of things that i don't have pics of on any other camera and i don't wanna lose them!!!

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Reply # 41895 18-Jul-2006 14:37
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delie:
HELP ME PLEASE!

my hyundai tx115c freezes every time I open Pictures - My Pictures- In Camera and this is really really annoying! I don't mind if I have to delete some, but i can't even select a picture to delete!
PLEASE help as i have pictures of things that i don't have pics of on any other camera and i don't wanna lose them!!!

:)



Sorry to be the 1st to tell you this (at least on GZ), but when this happens to this phone, it needs to be sent to Telegistics via your local dealer store due to corrupt files, and yes you will loose your pictures. If the phone is in warranty send it in.

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  Reply # 42205 21-Jul-2006 19:50
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ha i have one too and the speaker/sound died on me one day after about 1 1/2 years

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 42937 31-Jul-2006 15:14
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nzbnw:
delie:
HELP ME PLEASE!

my hyundai tx115c freezes every time I open Pictures - My Pictures- In Camera and this is really really annoying! I don't mind if I have to delete some, but i can't even select a picture to delete!
PLEASE help as i have pictures of things that i don't have pics of on any other camera and i don't wanna lose them!!!

:)



Sorry to be the 1st to tell you this (at least on GZ), but when this happens to this phone, it needs to be sent to Telegistics via your local dealer store due to corrupt files, and yes you will loose your pictures. If the phone is in warranty send it in.

Cheers


no no no!

There is a much easier way.

Take 4 random photos.
the go into pictures in phone.
you should be able to scroll one way but not another, upload all photos you want to keep. if you cant, just go to next step.
then go erase all.
you should be mint.

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  Reply # 43305 4-Aug-2006 19:35
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This happened to me back in the day where i had a Hyundai tx115c also.
After getting extremely frustrated i deleted all the photos, and it was fine after that. Was sad to see them all go too, as i had not saved many of them. I completely even forgot this happened to me until i saw this thread! thought it was just my phone, but guess not. Damn cell phones!!


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