I'm at my wits end here. This whole mess began when my wife emailed me several videos of our kids that she took with her iPhone 4. I saved each of them to my photo roll. There must have been five or six. When I clicked on either photos or camera from that point I got a message that my library was updating, and a progress bar. The progress bar would reach the end, and the phone would crash to the springboard. I tried rebooting, and even restored factory settings, to no avail. I restored the phone, and checked the photo and camera apps, and at this point, they were both working. I restored from backup, hoping that it would work. This time, when the phone was syncing, I got an error 13010. I Googled and discovered this error to be a corrupted genius file, so I deleted my genius file and tried again. This time it synced without a hitch. I clicked on the camera, and it seemed to be working. From the camera app, I could see one of the videos was the most recent item in the photo roll. I clicked on the photo roll, and there it was... "Updating Library," but no progress bar this time. I clicked on photos and got the same thing. I then clicked back over to camera, and discovered the same message again, without the need to click on the camera roll, before running the message. My camera was once again unusable. So I figured maybe I just need to give it some time, so I left my phone plugged into the charger, and this message on the screen, over night, with auto-lock disabled. I woke up this morning to find it exactly how I left it. This is the first time I have ever encountered an iPhone problem that I was unable to get myself out of. I really don't want to lose my app data, texts, etc. Please someone tell me they know how to fix this! I am running iOS 4.1, and the latest iTunes, in a Power Mac, with the latest edition of Leopard. I will be forever grateful if you can help!