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  Reply # 646117 25-Jun-2012 22:29 Send private message

CdTDroiD:
NonprayingMantis: how good does the photo need to be? Why not use a camera on a phone and upload it that way?


They dont have to be good quality but if its done on a phone it still needs to be manually uploaded it really needs to be automatic, its so they can identify returned parts to make sure they were theirs and not a customer sending back their own to try and get a credit... happens allot apparently, i suggested maybe using a UV Pen and just having a UV light in their dispatch 


i'm sure that someone could "knock up an app" for an iphone/android/windowsphone reasonably easily that would achieve what you're trying to achieve.  that is, assuming one doesnt already exist.




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  Reply # 646127 25-Jun-2012 22:47 Send private message

android, a google+ account, allow instant upload, and all the photos will automagically go to a picasa web album.

Android running dropbox will do the same...

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