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Filing your photos

You'll soon discover that you have taken a hit fewhundred to organize your files becomes crucial. The best place to store theme in your Pictures folder in My Documents, but give you the best chance to find the images you want by creating subfolders times, people, places or events.

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Where to copy paste games and themes after connecting the phone to the PC via usb cord??

After you have opened the pc suit,Just click to "file manager" and there you'll see two folders 1.Phone memory (C) 2.Memory Card (if you have inserted).Just copy the particular file and paste it to the folder where you wish to store.Besides, you can Drag the file and Drop it to where it shows "Drag-and-drop content here"Place Good luck.

Aug 31, 2011 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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how to download theme psp???

try this site its where i get all of my psp stuff from here pspiso.com. hope this helps

Mar 27, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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memory stick

If you are using a PC to upload files onto your phone, here is the folder structure:

- "DCOM" folder, contains the photos that are taken by the camera of the phone.
- "MSSEMC" folder has a "Media Files" subfolder. You can organize your multimedia files here.
"audio" folder = Menu > File Manager > Sounds
"image" folder = Menu > File Manager > Pictures
"video" folder = Menu > File Manager > Videos
"theme" folder = Menu > File Manager > Themes
"other" folder = Menu > File Manager > Other
"webpage" folder = Menu > File Manager > Web pages
- Otherwise, if you create any folder in the Root directory of your memory card and put the files in it, the phone should recognise the types of files and you should be able to reach the files from:
Menu > File Manager > "Choose Media Type"

Hope this helps,

Dec 29, 2007 | Sony Ericsson K750i Cellular Phone

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Archiving photos

Archiving your images on a DVD is just about the best, most cost-effective way to organize and care for your pictures. Making your own DVDs is quick and easy and doesn't require much investment. And a DVD can hold up to seven times more than a CD, which adds up to about 15,000 photo-quality pictures per DVD! The best part? DVDs make storing and sharing photos a snap.

Sep 08, 2005 | HP Photosmart 945 Digital Camera

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