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Old 07-18-2005, 04:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Newbie Photo Album Question

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Whenever I launch the Photo Album I notice that all the .jpg files have a red X beside them. If I try to open them I get a message that says "Cannot open DRM content". I am on 4.0 of the OS. If this issue has been addressed somewhere please point me in that direction. Thanks.
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I had the same problem,....I deleted all the .jpg files that came installed with the phone,..after doing this any new files opened fine. I thought it was originally a lack of memeory but this was not the case. I still don't know why it happened.
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