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    bean87
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    Using bitpim, I've successfully sent pictures from my computer to my phone. The only problem is that no matter what, the pictures look pixelated on my phone.

    When using bitpim, I know you can crop images. Even with that, my images still it looks blurry.

    Anyone know what I can do to help fix this? THANKS!


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    OBXVZW21
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    what type of phone do you have? it could be the resolution of your screen maybe?



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    bean87
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    I have a VX8100.



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    do you have the miniSD card? i tranfer all my pics to my miniSD then insert car into my phone and i never have that problem i have the 9800 but my girlfriend has the 8100 and we don't have that problem. i'll try hers with bitpim later tonight to see what happens.



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    donny2006
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    ya doing that is gonna **** up the resolution but you can search for some program that will fix it on google



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    you need to find out your screen resolution and resize the images to fit BEFORE you send them to your phone. if you do this then in most cases the pictures should be crystal clear. occasionally a picture still gets pixelated especially if you resize the same image twice. if you don't get it right the first time, UNDO your last move and try again.

    the easiest way to resize your images is already on your computer if you are using Windows. I have Adobe Photoshop and that's ok for complicated stuff, but for a quick crop and resize I click RUN from the Start menu and type MSPAINT and there you go.

    it's a very easy program to use and once you memorize a few of the CTRL-key shortcuts you can cut, crop, resize and save all in just a few seconds.

    Mac and Linux both have comparable programs that I am less familiar with.

    Hope this helps
    Last edited by Brad729; 01-14-2006 at 02:08 PM.



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