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High resolution pictures not visible

Everything is fine with samsung s3500 but i amnt able to view images with higher resolution. is that the problem with the phone or any other???

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  • kranthi_manu Jul 26, 2009

    i added those high resolution pics of size around say 2-3 mb. these cannot be seen in my phone, when i saw the details, display is showing that they are of resolution 0x0



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You will have to upload these pics to your computer. Unless it has wi-fi you will need a USB adapter and the phone's software. Howard is a great place to find details for all of these procedures particular to your model of phone.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

  • James Ely Jul 26, 2009

    I misunderstood your issue. When you say added, what did you do?



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