Smiley65 here again, just tried to send photos and now that doesn't work. does anyone know the answer to now both sending and recieving photos w375. I have called optus and motorola and have been given instructions bu must have missed step or 2. could do this before. any answers would be much appreciated as i am getting the imps with it now. thanks to anyone who can help
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Text them to your email address.When you open your email,either click on the attachment or on the photo itself and click on save.Send to pictures or whatever folder you like.Download them all before you put them into a folder though.You will see why.That's about the only way we have figured out how to do it.There is no plug 'n download software.It is a little tedious,but it's the only way possible.Good luck! Greg
Is it a blackberry? If so, picture messages won't work. It's a shortcoming on the blackberry device, but you can still email photos to other people, and anyone wanting to send you photo messages can put your email address in the recipient line and it will not charge more than a conventional message. You'll have to check with providers on sending photos to phones, however. It is often as simple as the (10 digit number)@serviceproviderdomain.com
the lg shine does not really have that much internal memory so what you can do is get an external memory card for your phone and bluetooth it to your phone if not then what you can do is send the picture to your email (send it like a multimedia message to you email) and open it in a photo editing program anything that can change the size of the picture to 320*240 and then email that to your phone and it should work. and tell her to change her settings in her camera to the lowest setting and then take the picture and send it. if you need any futher help let me know
Most motorola phones are plug and play. Get a USB cable and you should just be able to plug it into your laptop and view it under my computer as a removeable drive. Then you can drag and drop files between them.
Or you can send a picture message to your email address, standard rates would apply for this.
Or you can download motorola phone tools software from motorola its about $30.00. This is synchronization software for file transfers and address book and calander synchronization.
if you bluetooth it its free
to send it as a message it's not
when sending a pic it must be sent as an mms
so follow the same procedure as sending a txt but select mms instead.
then insert or add pic to the message and send to your email address.
if this is not working you may need to contact your provider to activate mms on your service.
AGAIN Bluetooth is easier