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That won't be difficult for the transfer. First of all, insert the camera's memory card to your computer via a card reader. Save all the pics you want on your PC. Then it depends on what kind of phone you're using. If it's an android, simply connect it to computer, drag and drop the pics to the phone. If it's an iPhone, you can do the photo transfer via iTunes or iTransfer. How to Transfer Photos from PC to iPhone
Put the camera on and from Options select Settings. There you can specify specify where to save. To the phone memory or to the memory card. Once that os done then the camera will autmatically save the pic to whatever memory you have specified.
Go to Gallery and view your pics.
try to change the settings of your camera, set it to highest picture quality. Also light settings make abig difference to digital cameras. They can click excellent pics in daylight but suffer in the nighttime. You can use the night mode settings to take pics at night to solve this problem to sme extent.
I am one of the extremely satisfied users of the nokia 6233 phone and it's camera, I have clicked some awsome pics using it.
Pros: There are NO Pros
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Same issues here after 3 phone replacements by them T-Mobile
Also I thought I was the only one having issues with Z3 Phone but not, check out Motorola RIZR Z3 forum at http://www.phonescoop.com/forums/search.php?q=Motorola+RIZR+Z3
Z3 turns OFF itself while talking, taking a photo, video or checking messages.
It will also reboot while just sitting idle.
Major Lint issue on behind the main display