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Samsung - Contact pictures (Google) disappeared

Galaxy S II Q&A - xda-developers - forum.xda-developers.com
Hello.

So yesterday strange thing happened. I took my phone, and noticed that it has wrong photos for some of the contacts. I looked deeper, and found out that all Google photos disappeared.

For example. There is a contact, which is synced with Google Contacts. Google Contacts has a photo uploaded, which was the one used in my phone as the main contact photo. This contact also has Facebook, Skype, Google+ and other social network linked to it. When I try to set the default photo in contact setting, there is no option to select Google Contacts photo, which was there earlier.

I checked Google Contacts, if photos are still there - and they are.

I tried restarting phone, deleting some extra files (couldn't start Image Gallery, because there was not enough space. Eventually I had some major problems with my SD card yesterday, but it seems, that they are gone now), stopped Contacts app, and cleared its data.

I'm out of ideas as to how to fix this.

I'm on XWLSE for Ukraine.
Date: Jul 4, 2013    Labels: Samsung


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