Question about HTC PPC-6800 Smartphone
Nice try. But sending pics via the phone's data connection can be rather slow. The pics are usually 200k or bigger due to the camera's 2M pixel count. Your best bet is to transfer them to a pc.
There are a few ways that work for me:
1) If you have an IR port (usually on the front or back of a laptop) you can beam them to your PC, they will go to My Documents.
2) You can set you setup ActiveSync on your PC, configure it to sync your files, and the photos will sync to a folder in My Documents.
3) You can copy your pictures onto the MicroSD card and use an adapter to read them on your PC (the card will be seen like jump drive).
4) If your pc is Bluetooth capable, you can also transfer them that way.
I would suggest in the future you set the camera to save to your storage card. It does make it easier to transfer photos & you won't use up your phone's storage memory.
Hope this helps...
Posted on May 13, 2008
If you have the software that came with the phone it will tell you how or you can set up an online account with windows mobile hotmail
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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