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Cant find it on my phone

Where do i go to find my pictures on my memory card on my phone i looked in my images but it does not show up. please send me exact detail on how to find it. thanks

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Hi there,

you have to create a folder called images on the memory card via your computer, then they should appear in your phone under images

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You can store any multimedia files
on your phone’s memory in My stuff
so that you have easy access to all
of your pictures, sounds, videos and
games. You can also save your files to a
memory card. The advantage of using
a memory card is that you can free up
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onto your phone, images downloaded
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My images options menu
The options available to you in My
images
depend on what type of
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and Memory
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Copy - Copy an image from the phone
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Hello,

Maybe the phone memory is full, please delete files on the recycle bin. or connect the phone to the pc and run disk cleaner or empty the recycled bin.

else you have to consult the vendor about your phone.

melnavz

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To e-mail photos to yourself, you'll need to make sure your phone is configured to send e-mails. Most phones purchased from the carrier are setup out of the box, but you'll need to determine that on a per-case basis. The process for selecting an image to send will vary on the individual phone model, so refer to the instructions in your telephone manual for instructions. When you're ready to send the picture, place your e-mail address in the "To:" field, and hit send. Bluetooth 33f594066a59a60a--32a96d82-11026e4c1f5--7f131573051387.jpgIf your phone is equipped with short-range Bluetooth wireless technology, you can often send images to a similarly equipped notebook or desktop computer. The best part about Bluetooth is that images transferred in this manner are completely free to you. Whether you send 1 picture or 50, it's still free. Not all phones are equipped with Bluetooth, but even less computers come with the technology built-in. However, you can add the technology to your computer by purchasing a USB Bluetooth module from a local electronics retailer. Don't worry about it being expensive, considering most modules retail for about $25.

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Not all Bluetooth phones will be able to send images to a computer. Some carriers disable the file transfer profile before the phone is sent to the stores for sale, thereby forcing the users to either buy a data kit or send e-mails. This is what's referred to as the "no free lunch" approach to customer service. It's reasonable for them to assume that most would not spend fifty-dollars on an accessory, so they'll get to charge your account for every picture you send or make a monthly fee on a picture package.
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you a having an USB cord i think.The images will be stored in the memory card.Plug your cell to the PC.In MY COMPUTER a new drive will appear.That contains your memory card.You can now copy the images from that & paste them on your hard disk.

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