Any way I can upload pictures to my ebay from my touchpad ? Its an HP and the file upload is shaded gray and will not give me the choice to upload. The so called "ebay app" on the touchpad doesn't do the picture uploading. There has got to be a way to upload pictures to ebay from this so I can start selling again... My computer crashed so I cannot even do anything with that. Will jailbreaking it help any?
what should I do?
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Re: cannot upload pictures to ebay from HP touchpad
Why ask here and not HP forum. for 100x better help.
your failure is not known what ebay needs, nor its rules. nor its methods.
my guess is java script failures, or adobe flash issues, or the like.
i have no idea at all what a Compaq 236076-001 Touchpad
post the service tag on it, and what OS it runs.
HP asks that first, and is not stated here. so all answers will be wrong.
its old for sure with that Compaq moniker.
google says you rare the first person ever to post the funny numbers.
why use that number?
What PC name it , use service tag.
is it a old IPAQ? hand held portable device
a desk top
a notepad,laptop, or notebook, or netbook.? what is it ?
HP has 1000s of PCs, from 1984 to now, vast.
The bottom of the device shows the service tag and real name of this device, called a full model number, like dv6-1234us.
jailbreaking is Cell phone term why ask this?
even posting a photo of your device or URL link to one is a small wonder here.. rare...
here ask at HP
here they are, best of the best in PCs and printers
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eBay has a new photo uploader you may just need to give it a little more time. You may need to change your browser. I had some trouble with Internet Explorer I now have Google Chrome.
You may just need to use the ""Standard or Basic uploader.
Are you aware of eBay`s new photo policies, if not here is a link to the Photo center, check out the picture quality requirements. eBay photo center
Hi there. This is a common problem with pictures not uploading to ebay, this is because the file size could be too large. Copy the pics to the PC and open them using Microsoft Office picture manager, click on edit picture, and then resize, choose predefined width x height and select web -small then save the edited pic and try to upload to Ebay again.
1.connect cam via usb link and check your cam.your cam will show option choose "data storage".the other options will need a software to be installed in the pc.
2.find the icon in my computer or at the right lower side of the monitor/screen which confirms the camera is connected.This will show the "drive"
3.click on the "drive"...until it shows the letters DCIM.
4 click again and now will show all the pictures on the camera.
5. choose what picture you like to upload from your cam to pc. you can also choose all of them.
6. if your done transfering your pictures to your pc you can now upload pictures to your ebay.
just click upload from your ebay profile.
7. then a "browse" will appear. cllick browse and find the folder where you save the pictures you have loaded from the cam to pc, and click okey/open.
8. check your ebay to confirm that the picture has been loaded.
this is the other way to load pictures from your cam to pc:
youll need a card reader hooked up to your computer via a USB and your memory card.
If required, youll load your memory card into the card reader. Your digital media will appear as another drive on your computer. Click the drive and your photos will appear in a folder on the drive. You can view your pictures immediately by double-clicking the file. From here, you can save your pictures directly to any folder on your computer.
Go to the Bring your pictures to life section on the Sell Your Item form.
Click the Add Pictures button. A pop-up window is displayed that defaults to the Standard tab (the Basic tab will be displayed if your computer doesn't include the Flash software required for the Standard Uploader).
Review your image upload options.
Click the Browse button on the Standard (example A) or Basic Uploaders. This lets you search through your computer’s files to find the picture you want to upload.
5. Select the picture that you want to upload, and then click the Open button (example B).
The Standard tab page will be displayed with the picture you've selected for upload (example C). Here you also have the opportunity to select additional pictures for upload for a small fee. You can also upgrade your Gallery listing or order a Picture pack.
6. Click the Upload button (example D).
If you have trouble using the Standard Uploader, or haven't installed Flash, version 9 or later, you can click the Try the Basic Uploader link in the top right to switch to the Basic Uploader.
The picture will be uploaded to the Bring your item to life with pictures section of the Create your listing page (example E).
Using the Enhanced Uploader
If you are using Windows 2000 and Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, and you have downloaded ActiveX control (you will be prompted to download it if you haven’t already), you can use our Enhanced Uploader for faster uploads and more options. To add pictures to your listing using the Enhanced Uploader:
To enable the Enhanced Uploader, click the “Add/remove options” link on the Create your listing page.
In the Bring your pictures to life section, click the Enhanced tab, and click the Add Pictures button. The Open screen will be displayed with a list of pictures for you to choose from.
Click the picture that you want to upload, and then click the Open button (example A).
The picture will be displayed under the Enhanced tab (example B). You can edit the picture by rotating, cropping, or adjusting the contrast and brightness, before uploading it.
If you want to replace a picture, first delete the existing picture, then upload the picture you want. If you upload a picture with the same name, both photos appear in your listing.
To upload scanned images to eBay, simply scan your your images first and save them as .jpg files.
Remember where you have saved them,
eg My Documents/ebayimages.
Make sure the files are not too large. If they are, you may have to resize them. Really no more than 75kB and less if you have a lot to upload for one listing. If the files are too large they will take too long to load for users with a slow internet connection.
Next. go to eBay, create your listing and click upload images. A window will open which will allow you to navigate to where you have saved your image. You can also edit the brightness and sharpness of you images in eBay.