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  1. Winterfang's Avatar
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    It says it automatically sends them to a folder with my Phone's name on it but I can't find the folder.
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    Go to start/My computer/local drive mine is C/My Pictures folder/should be a folder with your phones name.
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    I can't find local drive. There's a Local Disk but it gives me an access denied warning.


    Edit: Found the Folder. Thanks man.
    Last edited by Winterfang; 05-01-2011 at 09:32 PM. Reason: Didn't wanted to make a new post and contaminate the forum.
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    For future reference, should be in: My Documents/My Pictures/Zune.

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    after syncing with Zune, my pictures go to the following:

    My Pictures/From 'Phone Name'

    mine is Focuz Man, so for me, it's "My Pictures/From Focuz Man"

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    ^ That's exactly where I found it. Pretty easy actually but It got missed among my mountain of folders.
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    You can view them through zune if its easier, it has a slide show feature and everything.
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    Well my issue was mostly sharing the pictures than watching them. A friend of mine wanted the picture but didn't want on Facebook so I had to send her the pic to msn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfang View Post
    Well my issue was mostly sharing the pictures than watching them. A friend of mine wanted the picture but didn't want on Facebook so I had to send her the pic to msn.
    in that case you could use the 'share...' option in the menu when viewing the photo in the photo gallery on your phone and choose the mail or messenger account methods to send the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exomondo View Post
    in that case you could use the 'share...' option in the menu when viewing the photo in the photo gallery on your phone and choose the mail or messenger account methods to send the picture.

    Note, you can not share the full resolution image when using txt OR email. It re-sizes it down automatically. The only way to get full image is through syncing or skyDrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by enahs555 View Post
    Note, you can not share the full resolution image when using txt OR email. It re-sizes it down automatically. The only way to get full image is through syncing or skyDrive.

    You can also send one or more photos through Handyscan, as a ZIP or PDF file. The app allows you to choose the resolution before compiling the file.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jimski View Post
    You can also send one or more photos through Handyscan, as a ZIP or PDF file. The app allows you to choose the resolution before compiling the file.


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    good to know...

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    So many options wow. I would never figure those out.

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