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Master Geek

Topic # 12405 15-Mar-2007 21:13
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i have a sanyo 8400. i transfered pics from both my iapq 4350 and my vodafone v800 to my sanyo 8400. however after transfering the pics do not show up and the sanyo is unable to display. i know the pics are there as when i "browse" from the other 2 devices onto the sanyo they are there. now when i send those same pics via mms from the v800 to the sanyo.they DO show!!!! now what the hecks goes on there? any help to fix this would be greatly appreciatted

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Master Geek

  Reply # 63896 16-Mar-2007 08:50
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Which folder are you placing these into when you send them to the 8400?

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  Reply # 63898 16-Mar-2007 08:54
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It should in theory work like this for the folders

  • DCIM: Picture, Video
  • EPM: Additional information of the data in the DCIM folder (if any data is stored in DCIM)
  • Media: Media Player Data
  • Voice: Voice Data
  • Music: Music Tracks

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Master Geek

  Reply # 63965 16-Mar-2007 16:11
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hi is downloading from the other devices to sanyo. it auto downloads but does not tell you where os which folder..i ave gone through ALL the folders and nothing shows.

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  Reply # 63968 16-Mar-2007 16:51
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Check the file size and format you are sending, 300kb, and .jpg should get there ok, it should be in the DCIM folder

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Master Geek

  Reply # 63976 16-Mar-2007 20:56
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the pics are "gifs" and will not show on the sanyo. however when i send via mms it arrives as jpg and is saved and stored. but diretc bluetooth transfer ...nothing

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  Reply # 63982 16-Mar-2007 21:58
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"gif" is not a sanyo supported format.... Convert to JPG and it should appear

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  Reply # 63983 16-Mar-2007 22:42
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thanks for that i have now. but wold you or anyone kow what type of gif type filesthat the sanyo would support, png etc perhaps? as i enjoy the animated pictures especially for sending mms

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