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iPad pictures leaving & slowly restoring

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flxwer

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A few days ago my iPad randomly displayed The apple logo then shut off while in use. This happened earlier in the day and when it turned back on there was no issue, but this time after turning it back on all of my pictures were gone. Thankfully all 20k of them returned in about thirty or so minutes. This situation occurred twice today and just like the previous time the pictures came back. I'm just not sure as to why his is happening, if there's any way to prevent it, and if one day this could occur but the pictures won't come back (I'd prefer not to back it up). Helpful responses are greatly appreciated thanks in advance. Update: I deleted some pictures and now I have about 17k, this helped for about a day, but then it got worse. Today alone this has occurred 18 times, now everytime I open up my camera roll the screen turns black and crashes. When I open it back up all my pictures are gone again. I'm unable to send/view my pictures for many hours. How do I fix this? Also I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask this question, this is my first time using this site.

Edited by flxwer, 19 June 2016 - 05:37 PM.

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