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You should have received either a "sync" cable or a "USB charging" cable with your phone. Depending on the model phone and the type of computer you have, you can use this cable to connect your phone to your PC and then access the photo.
On your phone, go to the picture message and save the photo to your phone memory card.
Use the USB or Sync cable and connect it to your phone and then your PC. Let the PC recognize the phone and load the software (this may be different for a Mac).
Once the PC recognizes the phone, you can open WINDOWS EXPLORER and then browse to the cell phone and look at the files stored on the memory card.
Photos are typically saved in folders named (DCIM - short for Digital Camera IMages). Look for the photo. When you find it, you can simply right click the file name and COPY it then go to your Desktop and, again, right click an empty space and choose SAVE.
Don't know much about the Samsung phone; Can you put music on the 1 Gb memory card from another source (like a computer) and have it recognized by the phone? Does the phone require music in a particular format? For example, if the phone recognizes .mp3 music files, but all your music is in Ogg Vorbis (.ogg) files, you will not be able to play them on the phone.
1) Find the Samsung phone manual (online?) and see if it requires music files to be in one format, or another.
2) Try loading music, in the proper format, from different sources onto your memory card.
Try the alternate way of transferring the pictures to your computer instead of using cable.
To download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer. Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. Just drag&drop pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files.
iTunes is specific for Apple related (and protected) music/players (iPhone, iPod, etc.).
The Ka08 reads any MP3 file. To copy files to your phone, connect your phone via usb to pc, open file explorer, locate the mp3 files you want on your phone, copy, locate and open your phone (usualy the last 2 (two) 'removable disk') (the first one is usualy the memory card and the second one the internal memory) (use of memory card is strongly recommended), if you haven't done already i recommend you create (on the memory card) a folder called 'MP3', and paste your MP3 files there.
There is one easy solution for the second question: You can set your SGH-L700 to store your photos and/or videos on your memory card. Just go to Settings -> Application Settings -> Camera Settings. Go to the rightmost section using arrow keys and change camera's default storing location as memory card, instead of phone.
The bluetooth problem is not that easy. There is one solution if you send the files from your PC. Just browse your "Bluetooth Devices" from your desktop - your SGH-L700 will appear as an independent device. Double click it's icon, you'll see the folders in it, just like you're browsing your computer's hard drive. Open "Memory Card" folder then drag and drop the files you want directly inside it. I almost always prefer this way when I use bluetooth transfer.
If you try right clicking on a file on your PC and choose "Send via Bluetooth" from the context menu, SGH-L700 receives it directly to the phone memory. So I recommend using "Bluetooth devices" option and placing the stuff directly in the memory card, just like you copy items in any place on your hard drive.
But there is not a standart solution for sending a file from another cell phone to SGH-L700. Some devices can browse SGH-L700's folders like your PC does, but some of them can't - and they just send the files to the phone memory.
dear friends, i had the same probleme before but now i can play any game i want it s a easy steps: In the phone Menu select
'Ask on connection'
Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable
On the phone selct
On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'
Open the folder
You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos
Create a new folder and name it
Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder
Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly
make sure you have the *.jar and
*.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can
download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly
put game by game (don't put more one game as oneinstallation)
Unplug the phone
Now on the phone dial the code:
Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is: