One of the many features on the Chase Mobile app for your Windows Phone 8 device is QuickDeposit. This is where you take a photo of your check to make the deposit.
Well... there was a bug in this feature that created a conflict and stored the check image in your Pictures Hub. Chase pulled the app and would eventually put the app back on the Windows Phone Store shelve with the QuickDeposit feature disabled.
Apparently, Chase has fixed whatever needed to be fixed on their end and the QuickDeposit feature is once again up and running. If you're a Chase bank customer and haven't tried their free mobile app out yet, you can find it here in the Windows Phone Store.
If you're already using the Chase Mobile app, let us know in the comments if you're having success using the QuickDeposit feature.
Thanks, Mauler X, for the tip!
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