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The type of your picture may be wrong, try to change it into JPG
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What does unsupported format mean


This means the type of picture on your camera is not supported by the viewing software on your computer. There are many shareware and freeware picture viewers and editors. You can tell the type of picture it is by the file ext (filename.ext). I suggest you search for a viewer for that picture type. I like bleepingcomuter.com and filehippo.com as sources for shareware. With that said there are many places to find good viewers. If you are looking for a full featured editor check out Gmip

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The jpg pictures on your camera must be too large for your phone. Perhaps even your phone can't work with .jpg pictures at all.
If it only works with .png files, you need to convert them on a computer first.
Next time, please also tell us what phone you are using, so we don't need to guess.
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I've check the specs of your phone from 3 different websites. One of the websites indicates that you can use a microSD (TransFlash), up to 16GB. However, the other websites indicate that you are limited to a 8Gb microSD card.

I then checked LG's website and confirmed that the KC 910 is limited to a 8Gb card.

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How do I send pictures through SMS text on my blackberry Curve through sprint?


You can't. To send pictures or other media, you must use the MMS (Multimedia Message Service) option. Just use the option menu button in the messaging application and choose Compose MMS. After selecting the recipient, click the menu button again to add things like pictures, videos, etc. to the message. Note that sprint includes the ability to send media in your data plan, but your recipient may get charged for the message. Some carriers, even Sprint, don't include MMS in there unlimited messaging plans but rather expect you to send the picture as SMS which the Blackberry Curve can't do.

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I am going to guess that since you can copy some types of media files to your phone then the problem is the format of the video files you want to copy. The phone's media playing application may not show files it cannot recognize.(or show an error message).

If you want to watch videos (or movies) on any type of smart phone or mobile player then I suggest you download a free application called Format Factory. It converts any type of media file to any other type of media file (video, music, pictures, DVDs). It has settings for Blackberry phones, iPods, PsP, etc. Go to: http://www.formatoz.com/ and check it out.

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Picture mail


SPRINT - You must have you phone setup linked to an active email acount (i.e. yahoo, etc)

(New Picture) When you take a picture, tap on the envelope icon. \/

(Picture from file) Select and view picture from file explorer. Once open select send in the lower left corner. \/

The option for sending the picture comes up. Click send via email (not picture mail). This opens your email menu, select the correct email account to send from. Once the compose email page opens, simply type the email address and send.

note: to send to another phone you must know the address in which the cell company uses. Some are:

- Sprint - (phonenumber)@pm.sprint.com
- US cellular - (phonenumber)@mms.uscc.net
- ATT - (phonenumber)@mms.att.net

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