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Camera and picture questions

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Tech Support' started by Vulcan1600, Mar 19, 2011.

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    Ok, I've been messing with the pictures today. I took a few tonight of my D2 to send to someone who is looking at my D2 on eBay. On my Droid and D2, I was able to go into the Gallery, select the picture I took and then hit Menu and "send to". That feature doesn't seem to be available on the TB. The only way I was able to send the picture I took to a SMS message was by going into Handcent and doing the attach that way. Is there another way to do it like I was used to?

    The other thing is, and I'm sure it's a stupid thing, how the heck do I disable the flash before taking a picture?
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    First: I go to the gallery and then just tap anywhere on the picture you want to send and a menu bar will pop up. Hit the two arrow icon to share.

    Second: Just tap the little icon thing to the right of the shutter button to toggle the Flash between on, auto and off.
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    Tapping the picture is even easier than the Droid method. Thanks for clearing this up for me!
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