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Old August 6th, 2012, 09:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Stock Web Browser ICS issue

I updated my GF's T-Mo Sensation last night to ICS last night, and she noticed this morning that when she goes into the web browser and tries to save a picture from the page she is viewing, she can not. She presses on the picture like before, which gives her options like copy link URL, but Save image is no longer present to be selected.
Is there a different way on saving images now with the update?

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Try Link save.
With this choosing, I'd get on my One X the picture downloaded.

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