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Check the images at the source, on the phone. This can be as basic as making sure they open and display properly in the Gallery app. If they don't work on the phone, you're done. Something happened to them on the phone, and unless you have backups, there isn't much you can do about it. Retry the transfer process. If the files are fine on your phone, ...


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Agreeing with the others who described problems with USB drives and as a computer geek who belongs to those kind of forums... I've encountered similar problems with new USB drives. You may want to use a stick that is 4GB or less or else format larger ones as exFAT. The normal FAT32 format used by many sticks are unable to handle large files containing high ...


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Are you sure those aren't thumbnail files? Created either by the Samsung camera app, or some photo-related app that scans your photos and generates its own thumbnails? If so, just don't copy them. You could also delete them (which I've always tended to do), if some app needed them, I haven't seen a photo-related app yet, that isn't smart enough to ...


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The error can only be caused by 2 things: The image is of a different file type than it's extension - I've seen many situations when JPEG extension-files were actually PNGs or another different image format. Photoshop does not like opening files that don’t have the correct extension and will not. The image file is corrupted – This typically happens with ...


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I use Photos software on a Macintosh for import and storage of pics, and just started having the same problems after changing from a D7000 to a D7500. Same line in the images in Photos. If I export the jpg image that Photos lets you export, the line follows with it. The line is always horizontal, but the thing is, the line is horizontal in BOTH vertical and ...


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