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  1. #1
    michael m. petrone
    Guest
    Steve
    I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket being
    run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from being
    downloaded into the computer via cable.
    I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by using
    email or other payment services.
    Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and images
    from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the computer.
    Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a way to
    circumvent this?
    Please advise

    Michael
    [email protected]







    See More: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera




  2. #2
    Adrian
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    michael m. petrone ([email protected]) gurgled happily, sounding
    much like they were saying :

    > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by
    > using email or other payment services.
    > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and
    > images from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the
    > computer. Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a
    > way to circumvent this?


    Has their butchery of the firmware removed the option to send via BT or IR?

    Pictures & Sounds -> My Pictures -> <select pic> -> More -> Send -> As
    SMS/As Email/Via BT/Via IR

    If so, get the thing unlocked/debranded/upgraded - there seems to be enough
    people offering to do that for about £15 (in the UK, at least)



  3. #3
    Scott Seidman
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    "michael m. petrone" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Steve
    > I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket
    > being run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone
    > from being downloaded into the computer via cable.
    > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by
    > using email or other payment services.
    > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and
    > images from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the
    > computer. Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a
    > way to circumvent this?
    > Please advise
    >
    > Michael
    > [email protected]
    >
    >
    >
    >


    For Gods sake, the T610 is one of the most connected phones EVER!!! You
    could use either blue tooth or IR, both of which come on most modern
    laptops, and IR has been around forever on laptops. IR kits for desktops
    are inexpensive, and bluetooth dongles for desktops aren't overly
    expensive. I'm not even sure that your cabled option shouldn't work.

    Scott



  4. #4
    Dimpled Chad
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 20:11:17 GMT, michael m. petrone opined:

    > Steve
    > I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket
    > being run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from
    > being downloaded into the computer via cable.
    > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by
    > using email or other payment services.
    > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and
    > images from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the
    > computer. Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a
    > way to circumvent this?
    > Please advise
    >
    > Michael
    > [email protected]
    >


    I have no problems moving the pictures from my T610 to my computer. I don't
    use a cable, but one of the following:
    1) Initiate an IR connection. Then, once connected, pull up the picture,
    choose 'more' then choose 'send via IR'. Works fine.
    2) I use the email service, which for me is free (using my own ISP and the
    free WAP accss which comes with the phone).

    Either ought work.
    Chad

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  5. #5
    StreetwisE
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    Go and buy a serial cable from eBay, cost about 20 bucks.........I too have
    heard it can't be done................works on mine but!

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    StreetwisE
    "Dimpled Chad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    | On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 20:11:17 GMT, michael m. petrone opined:
    |
    | > Steve
    | > I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket
    | > being run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from
    | > being downloaded into the computer via cable.
    | > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by
    | > using email or other payment services.
    | > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and
    | > images from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the
    | > computer. Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a
    | > way to circumvent this?
    | > Please advise
    | >
    | > Michael
    | > [email protected]
    | >
    |
    | I have no problems moving the pictures from my T610 to my computer. I
    don't
    | use a cable, but one of the following:
    | 1) Initiate an IR connection. Then, once connected, pull up the picture,
    | choose 'more' then choose 'send via IR'. Works fine.
    | 2) I use the email service, which for me is free (using my own ISP and the
    | free WAP accss which comes with the phone).
    |
    | Either ought work.
    | Chad
    |
    | --
    | Looking for a pet? Adopt one! ** http://www.petfinder.com
    | Info for a healthy, happy dog? * http://www.dog-play.com
    |
    |
    | Illegitimi non carborundum
    |
    |
    |
    |
    |
    |




  6. #6
    Carl.
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    "Adrian" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > michael m. petrone ([email protected]) gurgled happily, sounding
    > much like they were saying :
    >
    > > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by
    > > using email or other payment services.
    > > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and
    > > images from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the
    > > computer. Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a
    > > way to circumvent this?

    >
    > Has their butchery of the firmware removed the option to send via BT or

    IR?

    No, he just didn't RTFM (I assume it's in the manual, but anyway the phone
    does it).


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  7. #7
    Carl.
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    "michael m. petrone" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Steve
    > I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket being
    > run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from being
    > downloaded into the computer via cable.
    > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by

    using
    > email or other payment services.
    > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and

    images
    > from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the computer.
    > Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a way to
    > circumvent this?
    > Please advise


    1. Don't use the send function from the camera screen, it's only for picture
    messages or whatever. Save the picture (click the joystick). Go to the "my
    pictures" area, highlight, select "more," etc.

    2. FYI, some included pictures might not send (limited distribution
    copyrighted or some such BS). Your pictures will.

    3. I use IR, others use Bluetooth. I don't know about the data cable.
    Return the data cable if it's worth anything and get an IR or Bluetooth
    adapter.


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  8. #8
    nXt
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    Uh works fine dude. You need the data cable and the appropriate
    software on your phone to download pictures from your phone to the
    computer. go to www.sonyericsson.com you need to install several
    programs. with a cable you can't initiate the send from the phone,
    you have to use the pc program. But anyways. the cable is
    troublesome, get a cheap bluetooth usb adapter for your computer,
    $20-$30 much easier. BTW, forget about asking the people who work for
    the cell service, they're not knowledgeble on the technical side of
    phones. If you do ask you might get crazy answers.

    On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 20:11:17 GMT, "michael m. petrone"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Steve
    >I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket being
    >run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from being
    >downloaded into the computer via cable.
    >I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by using
    >email or other payment services.
    >Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and images
    >from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the computer.
    >Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a way to
    >circumvent this?
    >Please advise
    >
    >Michael
    >[email protected]
    >
    >
    >





  9. #9
    nXt
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    Also go to www.howardforums.com there's a huge sony ericsson forum
    that will gladly help you out.

    On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 20:11:17 GMT, "michael m. petrone"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Steve
    >I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket being
    >run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from being
    >downloaded into the computer via cable.
    >I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by using
    >email or other payment services.
    >Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and images
    >from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the computer.
    >Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a way to
    >circumvent this?
    >Please advise
    >
    >Michael
    >[email protected]
    >
    >
    >





  10. #10
    PDA Man
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    Another person who wants to run out and scream how bad the corporate world
    is treating him. How SONY-ERICSSON got togther with TMOBILE to make this
    huge conspiracy to dominate the world through picture file manipulation. We
    know Pierce Brosnan will be Bond, but who will be the "Bond Girl" for James
    Bond and The Case of The World Dominating Wireless Carrier ?
    Sponsered by Cliff Notes and their new line of Speed Reading Manuals for the
    technically challenged. Volume 1: Cellular Phones and their Cameras, Volume
    2: Getting The Flashing 12:00 Off Your VCR

    "michael m. petrone" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Steve
    > I am watching your advice on newsgroups with reference to the racket being
    > run by T mobile, preventing the pictures on the camera phone from being
    > downloaded into the computer via cable.
    > I find no way to retrieve the pictures I have on the phone, except by

    using
    > email or other payment services.
    > Sony Ericsson and T mobile both sold me a cable that uploads data and

    images
    > from the computer to the phone, but NOT from the phone to the computer.
    > Besides the fact that this is afraudulent racket, is there a way to
    > circumvent this?
    > Please advise
    >
    > Michael
    > [email protected]
    >
    >
    >
    >






  11. #11
    shakewell
    Guest

    Re: Tmobile/Sony misrepresentation on T610 camera

    "Scott Seidman" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > For Gods sake, the T610 is one of the most connected phones EVER!!! You
    > could use either blue tooth or IR, both of which come on most modern
    > laptops, and IR has been around forever on laptops. IR kits for desktops
    > are inexpensive, and bluetooth dongles for desktops aren't overly
    > expensive. I'm not even sure that your cabled option shouldn't work.


    The OP is right about not being able to download pictures via cable.
    However, I agree with you about the many other connectivity options (which
    are both more convenient than a cable anyway).

    F=_
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