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Find similar post with a feasible solution. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/no-way-resize-photos-when-sending-email-image-processing
Figured it out - the contacts were saved to my SIM card, not my phone. I had to import all my contacts from my SIM to my phone and then I was able to edit them fully :)
You're probably SOL since the battery is dead by now. Still, on the off-chance it isn't, check out Plan B (described at http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/how-to-track-a-cell-phone/). When you install an app through the Play Store on the computer, it is automatically installed on your phone. If you used some service that syncs photos or other data ...
There are multiple options: The very extreme: Uninstalling Google+ as described by Miguel's answer. This will work because the new "Photos" app is part of Google+; an uninstalled app can no longer be the default one. Installing another gallery app (there are plenty of nice alternatives available, like e.g. QuickPic). As this introduces an additional ...
I uninstalled google+ from my phone, and it fixed the problem.
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