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Where are pictures stored, Samsung...

by edselsouth / March 5, 2013 7:25 AM PST

I have a Samsung (Verizon) Intensity II slider phone that had an encounter with a dog's teeth. The display screen is cracked. The phone will power up, but cannot dial numbers accurately, or obtain any images on the screen. I took it to the Verizon store, and they were able to get my contacts put into my new phone, but were unable to load pictures from the slider to the new phone. Weren't able to navigate the screen. Where are the pictures stored on the intensity phone? It looks like I may be able to replace the #ed (front) keyboard, and the clear screen. The LCD screen does not appear to be damaged. If I am able to replace those two components, would it be possible to then access the pictures and transfer them? Thanks for your help.

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Link, comment.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 5, 2013 7:35 AM PST
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Phone memory storage location...
by edselsouth / March 5, 2013 8:06 AM PST
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R. Proffitt.... Thanks for the reply. I have the phone dis-assembled, by did not find a micro SD card in the unit. (My old AT&T phone did have one). I have seen some of the cards on eBay, but i assume that not all of the Intensity II phones would have one. Without a micro-sd card, where would the phone built in memory be located? As long as it's not in the LCD display piece, I might be able to retrieve the pics after I repair the phone, ( I hope). Thanks.

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Didn't find any other storage area.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 5, 2013 8:10 AM PST

The manual does not show any other area you would access by dis-assembly. The built-in memory is not user accessible it seems so about your best bet is to get another identical phone to swap out the broke parts.

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Phone memory storage location....
by edselsouth / March 5, 2013 8:29 AM PST

R. Proffitt... I've been looking at "parts phones" on line, and have decided to get one or two, and change some parts out....they're cheap enough. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Thanks again.

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by debijg / March 7, 2013 4:55 PM PST

The images was stored in the Samsung file manager who attached with the SD card of mobile mobile .

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Phone memory storage location....
by edselsouth / March 8, 2013 4:08 AM PST
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debijg... I've not located any type of external SD card in this phone. I'll be ordering a new LED screen to fit the phone, and put it back together. Thanks for your reply.

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