horrendous time trying to get a picture from pc to droid x

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  1. zach_power

    zach_power New Member

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    Hello everybody!

    I hope you can help me. I made a wallpaper on my pc using photoshop, and saved it as a .jpeg.

    At first I logically emailed it myself and opened it on the phone, yet the picture never showed, only a grey image o a mountain as if the file was corrupt, however I can see a preview of the image in the email.

    So then I used dropbox and the same thing occurred, I could download the image, but it still never showed up.

    Tried connecting via USB and drag-dropping the file to the phone....same problem occurred

    And tips? Seems really too hard for a such a simple task.
     
  2. ypsichick

    ypsichick Member

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    Did you check the size of the photo? Attached file or inserted? Try another photo app?

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  3. zach_power

    zach_power New Member

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    The photo is the resolution for a droid x wallpaper. (960 x 854)

    I used thunderbird on my pc and set it as an attachment. Not inserted into the email. I suppose I can try that too.

    EDIT: Tried just pasting it into the body of the email...the picture would not show on the phone...only blank space >.>

    EDIT 2: Resaved the file from a jpeg to a png. That seemed to work....
     
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  4. born2golf

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    few things to try.

    1. what is type of image is it? 8-bit? 16-bit? 32-bit? I am not sure what file is supported by android, but I would suggest staying with 8 or 16 bit.
    2. try to save it in another format, such at PNG, TIF, or GIF
     
  5. takeshi

    takeshi Silver Member

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    What problem? Are you sure you're copying to the correct location when mounted? Some devices mount internal storage as well as the SD card.
     
  6. cpjr

    cpjr Senior Member

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    Sounds like you got it, but I was gonna say it has to do with the way for saved/formatted the pic.
     
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    Forget all the wires... just email the pic from your pc to your phone over MMS. Just google verizon's email addresses for MMS.
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    *cough* Dropbox *cough*
     
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