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You can send via bluetooth, Whatsapp, Email etc

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Start by composing an e-mail to your friend. Look for a 'paper clip' icon on the e-mail page. Click on it. A Windows Explorer window will open up. On that window navigate to the directory where you have the pictures on your Sandisk. Select the pictures you want to send to your friend and than click on the 'Open' box in the Windows Explorer window. The window will close and you will be back to your e-mail where you can see the pictures as attachments. Click on the 'Send' button.

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If your phone type(Nokia,Samsung, LG,or any smart phone contain Android System):
1st select file who need to sent it via Bluetooth.

2nd request from your friend to make his Bluetooth in his phone (ON).

3rd send the file.

If your type phone is (I-Phone) you can just send to same phone type:

1st select the file who need to send it and see this picture.
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must your friend press on the bottom in red cycle and then
2nd show this picture.


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must your friend press the bottom in red cycle shown in below pictures.
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then your AirDrop available like this picture below:

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then you friend's name appears instead of the AirDrop and he must apply you to received file

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You cannot scan pictures directly to email.
Scan the photo and save the photo as a JPG file.
Open your email program, setup the email and address to your friend and then attach the scanned JPG file to this email before sending it.

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In version 10, the most current version of Yahoo Instant Messenger, while chatting with someone that you want to send a file to, click on Actions, then on Send File... From there a window will open asking where the file you're wanting to send is located. Once you have found the location of the file, click the filename and hit "ok" and the file should begin being sent to your friend, as long as your friend accepts the file send. If your friend does not hit the accept button to receive the file, your file will not be sent, so make sure your friend wishes or expects to receive the file (in other words, don't try to send someone a file when they're away from their computer, as the file will not be sent). Best of luck!

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