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Using the camera module built into your phone, you can take pictures of people or events while on the move. Additionally, you can send photos to other people in a picture message. The right soft key [Options] will bring up the following options.
This is the option for saving photos on SD Primary Storage: You can assign the primary storage to Handset or Memory Card.
For more information visit this site and download the manual. http://www.lg.com/us/mobile-phones/LG-CU720-Black.jsp
Insert the card into the card slot, go into your pictures menu and then options there should be a selection to manage my pictures (it may be different with different model phones) however it will then give you the option to save/transfer pictures to phone/card, select photos you want to save to card, then select transfer or whatever term is used and send. That should have your pictures on the card.
The LG Shine allows you to do a multiple picture DELETE - but not a multiple pic transfer to memory card, at least that I've found. You have to transfer your pics one at a time from phone memory to the SD card as follows:
Select Menu --> 8 My Stuff --> 4 Pictures Highlight the pic you want to transfer using the center toggle button, then select Options --> 5 Move (or 4 Copy) --> 2 Memory Card --> Paste
Once your pics are on the memory card then put the phone into USB mode by selecting Menu --> 9 Settings --> 7 Connection --> 2 USB Connection Mode --> 2 Mass Storage
Then attach a suitable USB cable to the phone at the charging jack and open Explorer (Windows) or Finder(Mac) and navigate to the phone. Your pictures will appear and you can copy them to your computer as needed.
NOTE: be sure to return the phone from Mass Storage mode to Data Service or your phone will not work.
Also - set your phone to highest resolution for best quality pics. Menu --> 8 My Stuff --> 7 Camera and Recordings --> 1 Take Photo --> Options --> 4 Resolution --> 1 1600x1200
I think the problem might be that your phone is set to save pics you take with shine to phone instead of card. Try opening your camera, click "options", click "primary storage", then select "memory card". Take a test pic, pop the card in computer and see if it shows up. You should see a new folder choice -- "graphics". Hope that works for you!
change the pic format options in the camera to read *.jpeg intead of *.raw
if they are in jpeg maybe the computer dosn't understand the way the camera formated the sd card mine dose the same thing when i try to tranfer images from my aiptek dzo-v50 without the camra i just get card read error
If you want to put music files from your laptop onto your LG Shine, you can either use a LG USB cable or a Micro SD Card.The Micro SD card will probably need an additional adapter to have it big enough for your Laptop or PC slot. Once the music files are on the Micro SD card, insert the card into your LG Shine and go to My Stuff". Then, select "Audio and ringtones" and select the file on your memory card. Press the "Options" button and select the copy function and paste it into your phone.
you cannot transfer photos from your sim, but if you have memcard then you can tranfer it there....go to phone book just mark it all (select it all).. options and copy to u'r sim...or mem card backin it up.