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Topic # 65023 27-Jul-2010 22:40 Send private message

I have searched for the keywords in my topic without success so I hope it's OK to ask. I have only had my mini pro a week and can't figure out how to save a phot from the web. If I type in the URL, the image loads, but I can't find a way to save it. Is this user stupidity or is it not possible on this handset?

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  Reply # 357571 28-Jul-2010 09:20 Send private message

Have you tried to tap and hold on the image, then save image as? Works on Android 2.1.



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  Reply # 357584 28-Jul-2010 09:50 Send private message

Thank you so much - why couldn't they put that in the user guide?Embarassed

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  Reply # 357585 28-Jul-2010 09:53 Send private message

There's a User Guide?



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  Reply # 357590 28-Jul-2010 09:59 Send private message

Yes, there's a pretty decent PDF User Guide for the X10 mini pro. Didn't offer that important tidbit though. Now to wait for the promised Q4 upgrade from 1.6(!) to 2.1

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