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Old 03-11-2009, 09:49 PM
Dan Warren
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New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my Sanyo
Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint picture
services?

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Old 03-12-2009, 09:42 AM
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Yes get susteen data pilot sofware and the USB data cable from a sprint
store.
you can connect the phone to youre pc and read the pictures from youre phone
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"Dan Warren" <dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com> wrote in message
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> New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my Sanyo
> Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint picture
> services?




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Old 03-12-2009, 12:59 PM
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On Mar 11, 3:49*pm, Dan Warren <dwarren2.nos...@rochester.xx.rr.com>
wrote:
> New to a picture phone. *Is there a way to transfer pictures from my Sanyo
> Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint picture
> services?


Outside of downloading some 3rd party software as described by 'Andy',
no. But you could always subscribe to the picturemail service, upload
you pictures, log onto the picturemail site from your pc, download the
pictures to your PC, and then unsubscribe from the picturemail
service. Would probably take a total of about 30 minutes to 1 hour
total, depending on your PC's internet connection speed and the number
of photos on your phone, and you wind up paying for 1 month worth of
the service which is only like $5. Or if you call in to care after
getting your pictures downloaded and ask them to remove the
picturemail service effective that day, only a small portion of the $5
monthly charge.

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Old 03-12-2009, 02:09 PM
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In article <Xns9BCBB55F7750Fdisneydisneycom@216.151.153.60> ,
dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com says...

> New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my Sanyo
> Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint picture
> services?


Is the phone BlueTooth capable? Seems it is.

http://us.kensington.com/html/9403.html

Just an idea fer an adapter but by all means shop around. I have a Razor
phone & mine works perfectly transfering pictures to the PC.

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Old 03-12-2009, 02:33 PM
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ByTor <ByTor@snowdog.com> wrote in
news:00bdccb7$0$3149$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com:

> In article <Xns9BCBB55F7750Fdisneydisneycom@216.151.153.60> ,
> dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com says...
>
>> New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my
>> Sanyo Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint
>> picture services?

>
> Is the phone BlueTooth capable? Seems it is.
>
>

Yes it is. I was wondering if you can send pictures from the phone to the
pc via bluetooth.

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Old 03-12-2009, 05:54 PM
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"Dan Warren" <dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com> wrote in message
news:Xns9BCC6B7913E2Cdisneydisneycom@216.151.153.6 2...
> ByTor <ByTor@snowdog.com> wrote in
> news:00bdccb7$0$3149$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com:
>
>> In article <Xns9BCBB55F7750Fdisneydisneycom@216.151.153.60> ,
>> dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com says...
>>
>>> New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my
>>> Sanyo Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint
>>> picture services?

>>
>> Is the phone BlueTooth capable? Seems it is.
>>
>>

> Yes it is. I was wondering if you can send pictures from the phone to the
> pc via bluetooth.

..
Yes, you can. You need to get a usb bluetooth adapter for the computer and
install the software and pair for file transfer between computer and phone.
Once this is done you can transfer files via cut or copy & paste this will
work for audio and pictures and most any file that will fit on the phone. As
a side bonus you can use your bluetooth headset with your computer.


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Old 03-12-2009, 11:33 PM
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In article <2l87q8.4rr.17.1@integratelecom.com>,
wlindley@konnections.net says...
>
> "Dan Warren" <dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns9BCC6B7913E2Cdisneydisneycom@216.151.153.6 2...
> > ByTor <ByTor@snowdog.com> wrote in
> > news:00bdccb7$0$3149$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com:
> >
> >> In article <Xns9BCBB55F7750Fdisneydisneycom@216.151.153.60> ,
> >> dwarren2.nospam@rochester.xx.rr.com says...
> >>
> >>> New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my
> >>> Sanyo Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint
> >>> picture services?
> >>
> >> Is the phone BlueTooth capable? Seems it is.
> >>
> >>

> > Yes it is. I was wondering if you can send pictures from the phone to the
> > pc via bluetooth.

> .
> Yes, you can. You need to get a usb bluetooth adapter for the computer and
> install the software and pair for file transfer between computer and phone.
> Once this is done you can transfer files via cut or copy & paste this will
> work for audio and pictures and most any file that will fit on the phone. As
> a side bonus you can use your bluetooth headset with your computer.


Only setback I seem to have, maybe its just the phone, but in order to
transfer all my pictures to the PC I have to transfer it first to the
memory stick on the phone. If I try copying them from the phone storage
portion I get transfer errors. I never bothered to figure it out cus its
not very often I take pictures anyway.......;0)

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Old 03-13-2009, 06:53 AM
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the way i discribe is the proper way to do it with out paying for picture
mail.
i used to work for sprint i left for verizon a better company.
you can also use data pilot to manage youre phone book why type onthose tiny
keys when you can do it on youre pc and click upload it in one click .
i do things the easy way


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"dafydd" <dafydd.ieuans@gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Mar 11, 3:49 pm, Dan Warren <dwarren2.nos...@rochester.xx.rr.com>
wrote:
> New to a picture phone. Is there a way to transfer pictures from my Sanyo
> Kantana directly to my pc without having to pay for the sprint picture
> services?


Outside of downloading some 3rd party software as described by 'Andy',
no. But you could always subscribe to the picturemail service, upload
you pictures, log onto the picturemail site from your pc, download the
pictures to your PC, and then unsubscribe from the picturemail
service. Would probably take a total of about 30 minutes to 1 hour
total, depending on your PC's internet connection speed and the number
of photos on your phone, and you wind up paying for 1 month worth of
the service which is only like $5. Or if you call in to care after
getting your pictures downloaded and ask them to remove the
picturemail service effective that day, only a small portion of the $5
monthly charge.



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Old 03-13-2009, 12:40 PM
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On Mar 13, 1:53*am, "Andy" <N...@n.com> wrote:
> the way i discribe is the proper way to do it with out paying for picture
> mail.
> i used to work for sprint i left for verizon *a better company.
> you can also use data pilot to manage youre phone book why type onthose tiny
> keys when you can do it on youre pc and click upload it in one click .
> i do things the easy way
>
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> AL'S COMPUTERS



it would be the easiest way possibly, as long as the program is
actually capable of viewing and moving the files on his specific
device. I am not real familiar with that particular software, but in
general, programs like that will work on some phones just fine, and
others you may be able to view some files, and not others. Best to
investigate all of that in the FAQ's for the software before jumping
into anything, especially if the software is going to cost you money.

In regard to moving the pictures using bluetooth, the phone may or may
not have the correct bluetooth profile for that. Some of the phones
will work for bluetooth pretty much only for connecting to a headset
and that is it. Others will allow for the type of file transfer we
are discussing. I would imaging the user's guide for you pone can
give you more information regarding this, or the manufacturer's
website.

The original katana if i am remembering correctly, did not have a
removable memory card like so many newer devices do. IF yours does,
then the very easiest way to get the pictures off the device would be
to simply move them internally to the memory card, and then you can
remove the card and insert in in your PC's card reader slot, assuming
your PC has one. Also most devices that HAVE a memory card will also
allow for USB connectivity between the device and a PC via USB cable
to act as a 'Mass Storage' device. The PC would be able to read the
phone's memory card basically the same way it would a removable flash
drive.

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Old 03-14-2009, 07:50 AM
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no i was a well paied csr
"Paul Miner" <pminer@elrancho.invalid> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 13 Mar 2009 02:53:45 -0400, "Andy" <N@n.com> wrote:
>
>>the way i discribe is the proper way to do it with out paying for picture
>>mail.
>>i used to work for sprint i left for verizon a better company.
>>you can also use data pilot to manage youre phone book why type onthose
>>tiny
>>keys when you can do it on youre pc and click upload it in one click .
>>i do things the easy way

>
> Just to clarify, when you say you used to work for Sprint you mean you
> used to be a customer of Sprint. That's not quite the same as being an
> employee.
>
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Old 03-15-2009, 07:49 AM
Andy
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and how would you know this?
you sound like hawk over in the road runner groups.
one thing all you losers on the news groups dont get is i dont care what you
think i have or havent done for work ect ONLY i know what i do and thats all
that matters.

"Paul Miner" <pminer@elrancho.invalid> wrote in message
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> On Sat, 14 Mar 2009 03:50:58 -0400, "Andy" <N@n.com> wrote:
>
>>"Paul Miner" <pminer@elrancho.invalid> wrote in message
>>news:j7skr4pgq38ohm97pr59cbs120fk1bh0u6@4ax.com. ..
>>> On Fri, 13 Mar 2009 02:53:45 -0400, "Andy" <N@n.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>i used to work for sprint i left for verizon a better company.
>>>
>>> Just to clarify, when you say you used to work for Sprint you mean you
>>> used to be a customer of Sprint. That's not quite the same as being an
>>> employee.

>>
>>>no i was a well paied csr

>
> That's not true, but it's ok.
>
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