Question about Samsung PM-A840 Cellular Phone
Hi sorry about your phone.
ok let's get down to business
1. did you have a lock on your pictures?
2. did you transfer your pictures to your phone memory? (They are first stored In camera, you then manually move to the phone)
this is a solution for those who have not moved the pictures to the phone memory yet (ie it is still in camera) pictures in phone memory cannot be uploaded..
Step 1. start the camera by pressing the ok button at the center. (alternative is through the menu. left soft key. then pressing 4)
Step 2. if you have a user lock. input it now. if you did not have one then you should be on the pictures menu
i) the lock is the last 4 digits of your phone by default. (if you had used the lock pictures option)
ii) if you had swapped your phone like i did and later return your cellular service to it, do not use your custom lock, rather, use the default lock ie last digits of phone number (Hope this part makes sence)
i feel that these notes are important here because this point might prevent you from accessing your pictures and since you cannot see your screen, it is important that you know what to do at step 2.
step 3. Press the digit 3 ( or - scroll down 2 times and press ok) this will take you to the third option called Online Albums.
step 4 press the down button once( this will select the option called Upload picture) and press ok.
if everything went right, you should now be in a screen called In Camera with your left soft key now called Upload and your right key called Options
Step 5 click the left soft key (Upload) do not worry about selecting the pictures since the next step will take care of that.
step 6. press the down button once. this will take you to Upload All option. press OK
step 7 the phone will ask you where to take those pics. just click OK again to take them to the default album called My Uploads
step 8 DO NOT FLIP CLOSE YOUT PHONE!!
STEP 9... there is no step 9! the phone is now uploading the pictures to your online album called My uploads just give it a couple of minutes..
1 It would be best to do this in an area you are sure has decent network service.
2 just to be sure, please have your phone on the charger( you are dealing with pictures as well as data transfer) when i was testing out these steps, i lost a bar of my battery so just be safe..
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Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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