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ICS does seem to take screenshots successfully on the Galaxy Nexus, but the files are all 0-byte long in "My Computer\Galaxy Nexus\Internal Storage\Pictures\Screenshots".

Has someone seen this? What's wrong?

Thank you.

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They show up fine with my Galaxy Nexus attached to Win7. What PC/operating system type are you using? Have you got your phone set to Media Transfer Mode? (to check press the USB icon in the notification bar while connected to check). – GAThrawn Jun 18 '12 at 11:28
Thanks. Yes, it's in MTP mode, and I can see a list of files but they're all zero-byte long. It's on XPSP3. – Gulbahar Jun 18 '12 at 13:41
Did you check the files locally on your device (e.g. with a file manager, or whether they show up correctly in the gallery app)? – Izzy Aug 3 '12 at 10:27