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you cant email them cause thats to big ,but if you do it thru usb then it should work wit out a problem unless somthing wrong wit ur fone ,if my info was of any help to you then please leave a comment ,thankyou.
well this is what you do:
you need to connect your computer& phone together with a Usb
then on your phonesomething will pop up in your oifcations saying
USB has been connected, you need to click onit and press Mount
then after you"ve done that , something pops up on your pc that has different
things you can do like transfer pictures,music,and etc
you press the one that say's transfer pics
and your done!!
First, connect your G1 to your computer using the USB cable, and when the notification comes up on your phone asking whether you want to mount, click mount. Then in 'My Computer' a new drive should come up i.e. F:/Drive and that is your G1. After this you can copy and paste any pictures you want to your computer.
ok people i have solved the problem with the g1 not recognizing being hooked up to the computer. the usb cords that are sent with the g1 are very crappy. use another usb mini to connect to your computer. theres no installation required just hook it up and select mount and open up my computer and go to removable disk to access you files.
This is how I did it. I am using Windows Vista so it maybe different for other OSs.
Find and select the picture(s) on your pc, copy them using CTRL-c.
Plugin your g1, and if you have installed the drivers, you need to goto your g1 and hold the USB icon on the top of the screen for a couple seconds. It should expand downwards, then pull it down. open the USB connected by toucing it. Touch the "Mount" button on the screen.
Autoplay dialog box should open on your pc, select "open folder to view files". open "dcim" folder. Paste the pictures in that folder.
NOTE: You will not be able to access the sdcard from the g1 until you unplug the USB after you're done.
Once all the pictures are uploaded into the sdcard, goto "My Computer" on your pc, rightclick the sdcard drive(it should be named like "Removable Drive" or something, and select "eject".
Now remove the USB cable, Select "Pictures" icon in you apps, if needed select "dcim" folder, and touch the pictures.
Siimilar can be done with music, just changing the instruction to "My Music" on your pc and also opening "Music" icon on your g1.
(1) Plub usb cable into G1 and computer. You should get a usb icon in the notification area of the G1; (2) Pull down the notification with your finger; (3) Select "Usb Connected" message; (4) Select "Mount" ; (4) On your computer, right click "Start", then click "Explore"; (5) Select the song(s) from where you keep your music, and select "copy"; (6) Go back to the left folders pane and click on the drive labelled "Removable Disk"; (7) Open the Music Folder; (8) then paste the songs there.
There are other ways to get from the computer to the G1, but this is the one I use. Hope that helps.