When i take a photo, the phone take the capture but then it says "failed" it doesn't store the photo in any memory,
When anything is being sent by bluetooth i conect to the outher phone ok but it will not send, it says "failed".
the phone says that i have got plenty of memory, i have not yet put a memory card in yet? ( is this the problem ?? ).
The phone works fine, calls,text, ect
I purchased the phone from a shop, but it was a part exchangew phone. ( is this the problem?? )
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Re: photo & bluetooth memory proplem
HI This phone had a lot of issues since I have owned one and just replaced another one. You probably need to open the case and check the camera connector and also other connection. The cable or camera unit may failed. Send me an email to email@example.com, I will send you a copy of service manual for this phone so you can troubleshoot it by using the instruction in this manual. Good Luck
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You can follow this steps for your concern: Via Memory Card 1. Remove the memory card slot cover, located on the right side of the unit. 2. Insert a microSD memory card into the memory card slot until it locks in place 2. On the SGH-i607, navigate to the folder that contains the image 3. Highlight the desired image 4. Press the right soft key for Menu 5. Select Edit (4) 6. Select Copy (2) 7. Navigate to the Storage Card using the up or down navigation keys. 8. Press the left soft key for Select.to copy the image to the memory card Via Bluetooth On the SGH-i607 1. While in standby mode, turn Bluetooth on 2. Switch the Bluetooth visibility to On On the PC 1. Connect the Bluetooth adaptor to the PC?s USB port 2. Search for Bluetooth devices 3. Select the device to pair with the PC 4. Exchange PIN code(s) on both the PC & handset to pair devices (default pass code is ?0000?) 5. Using My Bluetooth Places, select File Transfer or OBEX to view the phone?s contents 6. Copy the desired Photo file 7. Paste the file in a PC destination
1.Some memory cards are not supported by all phone make sure you stop by your nearest t- Mobile store to get the right card for your phone.
2. check the memory on your phone without the memory card, if it is almost fully then you may have to delete something, number or music or game whatever it migth be.
3.May you could try to format the memory card.
The only way to clear up phone memory is to connect it to your computer using USB cable that came with your phone. Back up all photos there and save it to your computer. After saving all your photos to your computer, you can simply delete all your photos from your phone memory. Next thing that you need to do is go to phone settings and make sure all captured photos/videos will be saved to your memory card and not on phone memory.
Have you formatted memory card in phone before you started storing data on it? By formatting the memory card it will set up folders which the phone will look at to determine different types of data, i.e. photo folder holds photos, video folder holds mp4 &3gp, and music folder holds mp3 etc.
Then when your memory card is connected to your pc drag and drop data into correct folders and then phone should be able to recognise the different types of data. Hope that helps?
Only other thing I can think is that your memory card is too large to be recognised by your phone? It will only support upto and including 2gb Micro SD cards.
Had the same problem with Z10 and a Nokia 3310. I got around it by backing up the memory card, then inserting in the phone and using "Format Card" option. It then puts on the required file structure and you can copy back the files to the relevant folders.
Just a shot in the dark, but I have had users that have had this same issue because that had multiple applications loaded up on their phone.
One thing you could try it to un-install a couple of applications that you do not use all that much (ones you can get back easily if needed) this would automatically free up some memory and allow you to test out capturing an image.
Just shutting down an application will not free up that much memory, you will have to actually delete or un-install a few things to make a difference.
There are a variety of things you can do to free memory, like deleting pictures, images, ring tones and un-install apps. Just make sure what ever you un-install or delete, you first do not need or can easily get it back. I've had users think that some of these phones have a recycling bin on them like windows does :-)
you can recieve photos via bluetooth or infrared, but of course it will goes to your message inbox then youll have an option to save it to your mmc, but if you like to save it directly to your mmc, then you will need a mmc card reader to transfer the file from pc direct to your mmc, in camera option theres a feature that you can assign your capture or video directly save to your mmc, thats the best you can do..