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Sony Ericsson phones do not have a a specific "Save" button as such.When you click a photo , it automatically gets saved. They do have a specific "Delete" option though, be careful not to press that.
Click a photo, n then exit the camera function.Check to see if the photo has been saved .
First thing to note is that the deleted data on the phone will remain there until something new is saved and overwrites it. This might not happen immediately but eventually, after continued use, it will. Either connect the phone straight to a PC using a USB cable (if supplied with the phone) or take the card out and put it in a card reader attached to the PC. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer.
Then try some photo recovery software on the PC. This should recognise the phone or card and then you can scan it using the free download of some good photo recovery software. That will show you what files still exist on the phone or card and what can be recovered. http://www.asoftech.com/apr/
YES THEY CAN!!!!!! To save a mms you first need to have the app downloaded on the g1... next you take the saved mms picture and send it to an e-mail which can then be downloaded to a computer. Once the photo is saved to the PC, you are able to manipulate it how you choose. The only way to prevent it is to AVOID downloading the mms saving app.
If you are saving the photos onto the internal memory (not a MicroSD), then you'll need to access it through the "Contents" tool in the PC Suite.
If this is not working, in Phone Settings, go to Connectivity and then USB Connection Mode. Make sure "Data service" is selected.
However, if you have saved the photos onto a memory card, select "Mass Storage" in the settings above. After you connect your phone, it should appear as an external drive (like a USB), which you can directly access.
First connect the phone using the USB cable provided. Open the LG PC Suite software. On the left hand side is a connection wizard select this and then USB. Don't change any of the port information. Once it has connected, select contents. go to your picture folder and then just drag your pictures onto it. DONE!
sd memory cards are tiny (if you have the adapter,,so it will fit most pc),,,to save it to sd slide the tiny memory into adapter........now place the adapter into its slot on the pc...open up your media (canon,hp , kodak etc) see your photos.....click on pix to save, now save as (find the drive when the drop opens)...note the drive is not A,C nor D........
you can recieve photos via bluetooth or infrared, but of course it will goes to your message inbox then youll have an option to save it to your mmc, but if you like to save it directly to your mmc, then you will need a mmc card reader to transfer the file from pc direct to your mmc, in camera option theres a feature that you can assign your capture or video directly save to your mmc, thats the best you can do..