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    Just a simple question. I want to know how to move a few pictures of some naked ladies from the e815 to the transflash card I just bought. I don't want to lose them! give me a link or something, I don't care anything about ringtones, I don't want to hack the phone either. I'm with alltel, so I don't know if they restricted anything or not. Just a how to!
    Thanks, Dawg

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    1) Look at picture.

    2) Hit menu key.

    3) Select Move/ Transflash.

    4) Hit OK.

    5) Observe transfer bar.

    6) Done.

    kbman

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawgx2b
    Just a simple question. I want to know how to move a few pictures of some naked ladies from the e815 to the transflash card I just bought. I don't want to lose them! give me a link or something, I don't care anything about ringtones, I don't want to hack the phone either. I'm with alltel, so I don't know if they restricted anything or not. Just a how to!
    Thanks, Dawg
    go to the photo gallery.
    press "0" on each picture you want to transfer.
    then go to one of the pictures and the middle soft key.
    you can choose the "move" or "copy" option in that list.

    EDIT: dang it kbman!! hahaha you beat me!!
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    E-815 Phone Update News

    Added NOTE AS OF 11/22/07 Verizon has disable this feature.
    to by pass there restriction, YOU MUST HAVE a Mid file included in the tf card. for example:
    mytone.mid
    mysound.mp3
    please remember to keep your mp.3 under 96kbps for audio
    and under 217kb for file total size. use a sound editor of your choice
    there are some out there for free and some for a fee the choice is yours.

    first go to sounds then click on file (mytone.mid) then click the = button.
    this button is the one between the - = - on upper side of the phone or at the bottom of the screen.
    then select (send in Message)
    then Dial 555-555-5555 or a bogus # click O.K. then click the = button, then select (Insert) then click on (sound)
    music will start playing then click the = button & select (Switch storage device) select (Trans-T-Flash)
    then select the file (mysound.mp3) click (insert) a window will appear stating (reach maximum limit)
    diregard that message keep going the next window that appears is a blank notepad click (o.k.)
    a new window will appear with the message ready to be sent
    the message reads as follow from top to bottom
    To;555-555-5555
    Msg: Slideshow
    Subject:
    Attachments:
    Priority:Normal
    Receipt:delivery
    click (send)
    then just wait. it may take from seconds to about a minute to send.
    next thing that will happen you will receive a FAILED MESSAGE TO SEND
    DONT WORRY ITS SUPPOSED TO!::: disregard that. now go to your message center
    you than go to your outbox and select (xxxx.MP3) your ringtone will start playing, Click the = button
    select (Save items) window Save what? appears then select (file) click (select) click (store) AND WALA NEW RINGTONE
    save it to your phones memory. than go to your sounds section and it should be there! you then select it and click the menu button and "apply as ringtone" there you go! a free ringtone ready to use!
    Sorry verizon i am one step ahead of you

    Please users be aware that hacking your phone will void your warranty
    Do it at your own risk.
    Last edited by zapata2007; 11-22-2007 at 02:26 PM. Reason: Update info

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