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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 84768 8-Jun-2011 00:09
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Hello
I got myself a telecom ZTE tablet and somehow it downloaded a picture into the gallery and icannot delete that. Problem is that i didnt know i had that picture and dodnt evenknow where it copied itself from on my pc?

Can somebody please help me suggest how to delete these pictures as its possibly using up some of my space and I actually hate that picture.

Thanks in advance

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Woolf

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  Reply # 478814 8-Jun-2011 00:16
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Not sure what gallery application it has, usually if you long press on the image you can delete it from the menu.

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  Reply # 478830 8-Jun-2011 08:20
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Is it an image that is part of another application? For example I found most of my twitter contacts avatars in a folder on my android device

 
 
 
 


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 478872 8-Jun-2011 10:03
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Hi, Thanks for your help, but no its not part of anotehr app. The picture shows when open Gallery. Usually some other pictrures taken and stored there shows up under a folder. Just that this folder or any pictures in it cannot be deleted. when i press and hold for options, there is no delete option.
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