Cell Phones

Question: How do I transfer photos from Razr phone to Mac OSX? I'm really looking for something free and I hope you can point me in the right direction!

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.

Question: I have a red LG Xenon phone with a few pictures I've taken over the years (have had it for a while). Is there a way to send those photos to myself or friends using email?

Question: I have a Pantech Impact P7000 mobile phone. I am wanting to transfer my pictures from my phone to my hp laptop. My search for a data pilot kit has not been successful. I have vista on this laptop.

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.

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.

Phones that let you send text messages have been around for quite some time, such as the Motorola RAZR (or really any phone that has a text messaging plan).

I had to drop my car off at Les Schwab this morning and realized I forgot to bring my cell phone with me, so I couldn't call my wife to let her know how long I'd be.

The Motorola 376g (KRAZR) camera phone from Tracfone comes equipped with Bluetooth support for hands-free headset devices, letting you keep your hands on the steering wheel while you make calls or answer incoming calls.

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