Question: My phone's a NON-smart LG from AT&T, and I didn't know it needed a memory card before I took a bunch of photos, so I'm forced to e-mail them to myself one at a time. Most of them go ok, but for some I get an "unable to send" message. If I wait until I'm sending the next batch, the problem ones seem to go through. Any idea why?
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I have a Sony Ericsson W350i phone which I have updated with current software from Sony (no MicroSD installed - photos are in phones memory). I have tried unsuccessfully to transfer photos from the cellphone to my PC. I have Vista Home Premium.
Tried to transfer through USB alone & using my various photo editing software programs. Downloaded Sony's suggested software and I have also downloaded PC Suite 6.0 and MediaGO. Neither of these programs has the option to transfer photos to my PC. It was also suggested that I use MyPhoneExplorer (which asked for a
I can't afford email service which was an alternative method suggested. Is there a way I can accomplish this on my Sony Ericsson W350i phone??
Please help. These are one-of-a-kind nature photos and I really would like to print them out, frame them and hang on my wall.
I'm wondering if I could hook up my sprint phone to my fax machine, so I can send faxes. I don't want a home phone line.
Sprint caps their 3G data plans at 2 GB a month, but 4G connectivity is unlimited and way faster too. The trick is to ensure that you're only connecting to the 4G network, which is one of the settings that can be easily configured on the Sprint Overdrive.