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When I select iPhotos the page comes up with the Albums Header. Under that Camera Roll, Photo Library and iPhone photos. BUT Camera Roll is covered by the Albums header. I can pull it down from under Albums but cannot tap and view any pictures in Camera Roll. Is there some way to cause the three groups to drop down far enough so I can tap the Camera Roll and view pics? It never did this before so I am guessing it is something that I did. Anyone? Can you help? Thanks so much.
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?????
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Never mind, I figured it out myself. I am batting zero at getting any answers to my questions anyway.
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How did you solve it? Im having this problem.
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Im having the problem as well, can anyone help?
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nah you just have to restart the photos app.
double click the home button and hold on the app and then tap that minus button.
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Just had the same thing happen to my iPhone this week. Same solution fixed it.
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