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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by n813ca, Mar 26, 2010.
For the life of me I can't figure out how to save JPEG using the gmail
Longpress on the attachment and select save
I noticed sometimes I cant for certain files. In that case I fire up the browser instead of the crappy appy...
Tried the longpress no luck. Will try browser. Thanks
There's an app called Download Crutch that is supposed to allow you to download files that do not have an app associated with them. I haven't tried it yet, but it's rated pretty good. Might be worth looking into.
I'm having issues with saving attachments on my email account as opposed to my gmail which works fine! The weird part is I emailed a picture from my gmail to my email and I was able to save the picture but my girlfriend emailed a picture to my email and I couldn't save it but then she sent the same pic to my gmail and I was able to save it, so I don't know anymore!
I installed K-9 mail and I'm able to save attachments with no problems! Thanks for the heads up on the K-9 app!:icon_ banana:
When I download an attachment from an email, for the life of me I can't locate them... where do they go?
You can use an file manager app like "Astro". It will allow you to view most, if not all files on your phone/SD card. It will usually be placed under the directory "download"
ok so i can touch and hold the attachment and save it. how do i make it my wallpaper picture now? when i open file and touch the link for a couple seconds, the only options i have are: open,share,delete, rename, copy, move, info. how do i set as wallpaper?
On your homescreens, hit the Menu>wallpaper>gallery - find your picture and adjust orange box to your liking (touch edge of box to enlarge/shrink, and the center to move box around pix) and hit set wallpaper.
thank you. it wasn't in my gallery right away for some reason. but after giving up for a few hours, i checked back in the gallery and it was there. so, like you said, it did work. thanks again