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    how to transfer pictures to your 8500 from your pc

    i read you can but bitpim doesnt seem to enable it so how about some free progs that do? i want to use my personal pics

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    There are a lot of sites out there that let you send files (ringtones, graphics, games) to your phone. PlanetRingtone.net is one, 3GUpload.com is another. I know there are some free ones too, but can't think of the name off the top of my head. Just make sure that the picture size is right for your phone or it won't work.
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    but i want to use my data cable an transfer my pictures to my phone directly

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    I had the same question last week. You'll need to get the right USB driver for your phone and operating system, then use a Datapilot function called Image edit.

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    Originally posted by Benzima
    I had the same question last week. You'll need to get the right USB driver for your phone and operating system, then use a Datapilot function called Image edit.
    Exactly. You can get the USB drivers from Sanyo's website. Sanyo's drivers are preferred.

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    Originally posted by sneak16
    Exactly. You can get the USB drivers from Sanyo's website. Sanyo's drivers are preferred.
    I was just there looking and couldnt find them are they hidden somewhere?

    also so what is datapilot is that downloadable also

    thanks

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    Sanyo's USB Drivers in a ZIP file:
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    thanks and also is there a free image software that i can use or do i have to use datapilkot?

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    Originally posted by TSC_Busami
    thanks and also is there a free image software that i can use or do i have to use datapilkot?
    To go phone => PC, use BitPim
    To go PC => phone, use DataPilot (it ain't free)

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    yes i see data pilot isnt free that sucks i liked my vx4400 everything could be transfered pics and all

    i hate to buy software and find i dont like it

    id there a trial version

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