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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by bfoster, Dec 19, 2012.

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    I have a pic in the gallery that won't remove. As I swipe the rest to the end they are all gone except 1. How would I remove it. No I don't know where the pic is located.
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    Is it a pic that you took? If so it may be located in SD-EXT>DCIM>Camera. If not, maybe try an app like QuickPic, which'll show you all the locations.
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    That app didn't show it. It came from Facebook.
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    might try wiping data and cache on the fb app
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    Tried that. It didn't work.
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    I even removed the widget, turned off the phone. Turned it back on and loaded the widget and that pic came back.
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    I did a factory reset and problem is fixed.
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    it was probably in your download folder ... glad you got it fixed though
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    It's possible that in the properties it had become write-protected. I'm glad it's gone; my next suggestion would be to connect the phone to a PC and try to remove it that way.