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02-05-2013 06:50 PM
hi i added an album then deleted it, but it wont delete, it was on my micro sd card and when i take the card out and insert it into my laptop the album is gone when i put it back in my z10 the photos are still there, when the card is out theres no photos on my phone... HELP
02-06-2013 07:35 AM
have the same issue, have even seen recent add images stuck in pictures window.
Have yet to try looking at the sd card direct in pc, but it appears to be related to the sd card as formating it clears the images/folders
looks like the pictures app is flawed
02-07-2013 03:29 AM
02-10-2013 06:39 AM
problem apears to be with the link software.
the photo app on the phone appears to want to only see a flat file structure under the photo dir on the SDcard
at the photo folder you can contain is either a folder (album) or a file and that is as deep as you can nest.
if you sync using link it creates a multi layed structure in the photo dir of the SD card ,having the name of your phone which then contains all you folders/photos.
when you try to delete/open albums or pictures they refuse to go or wont open and the only way to clear this is to re-format the SD card.
i have now resorted to sync tools from microsoft to do the sync directly to to SD card, until link/photo viewer app is fixed.
02-10-2013 09:40 AM