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Topic # 6735 19-Feb-2006 21:43
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how do I View Pictures and Videos from my fone on the web? i have tried the web address that it says (*your cell number*@mms.xtra.co.nz) but this did not work. was just wondering if anyone knew anything>? thanks

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Reply # 28824 20-Feb-2006 11:12
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You can't actually view your photos via the web unless you send the photo to an email address or you have a phone that has an online gallery.

Web Address: www.xtra.co.nz/photomessaging

Give yourself a bit of time to set this up it may take you a while.




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Reply # 28868 20-Feb-2006 15:49
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i have a pantech tx-130. so i will have to send the photos and video from my fone to an email address? what a shame

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 28878 20-Feb-2006 17:32
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Your phone has an online gallery where you can upload pics from phone. Then log into site on PC and download them, all for free!!



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Reply # 28911 20-Feb-2006 21:36
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so what site do i go to to get them on the computer for free? cheers

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Reply # 28915 20-Feb-2006 21:46
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Try here you will have to join up with xtra if you are not already a customer, its free to create an account for using with your online gallery. You then link your phone number to your account. You'll figure it all out from that page im sure



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Reply # 29023 21-Feb-2006 19:15
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yea ummm i went to that site but u hvae to pay monthly to join xtra...

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Reply # 29030 21-Feb-2006 20:07
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Nope you can join without having to sign up for paid services. I joined for free to use the mobile stuff.

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Reply # 29031 21-Feb-2006 20:11
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Use this link to register with xtra for free.

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