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There is no way to change this setting. It is the way Samsung built the phone. A lot of newer phones are being made that way, including other brands. Don't ask me why, but I sell Alltel service and know for a fact it cannot be changed. At least they should give you a choice as to whether you want an ascending ringer or not. Hope this helps.
Within your picture albums and the photos saved to your card, there should be an 'option' icon that will allow to you to delete pics, move, edit, upload, send, etc. Your target for transferring all pics to the Verizon server is the 'upload' feature. This will allow you to choose pics and upload them to your online albums (Verizon Picture-mail server).
You may be limited on the # of pictures you can upload at one time. Good luck. Hope this helps!
I had the same problem when using The Samsung delve, the problem occurred while trying to download yahoo messenger to my phone. Heres the solution ...simply go to your browser settings and uncheck the box that says Java.
This solution should also work with other model phones
Check with your provider to make sure you have picture messaging enabled in your account, then turn phone OFF and back ON, send one of those pictures to yourself, meaning select picture messaging and send a picture message to your own cellphone number, if you phone receives that picture back, that means you are ready to send all the pictures you want out f your phone. Will be much easier to send then to your email address. Also check with your carrier to see if they have an ONLINE ALBUM option, if so you can upload pictures to that ONLINE ALBUM and access them thru the internet on a computer. If you are lucky enougth to have BLUETOOTH on your phone and your carrier allows it, you could go to WALMART and find one of the BLUETOOTH Enable printing stations and send those pictures thru bluetooth and print them Let me know if you need help Thanks