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Verizon Treo 650 Bluetooth Photo Transfer

Mobinity has posted a clever workaround to transfer photos from your Verizon Treo 650 to your computer. Normally you cannot transfer pictures from your Treo via Bluetooth because Verizon disabled the feature and only allows you to send photos via their network. To transfer the pictures via bluetooth all you need to do is select to “Send an Album”, even if it only has one photo in it, which has an option to send the Album via Bluetooth instead of over the Verizon network.

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Not exactly a HACK...

DevPOV @ 8/10/2005 6:19:50 PM # Q
That's not a hack. It's a TIP. A good TIP, but just a TIP.

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Sounds like a lot of work

EdH @ 8/10/2005 6:56:00 PM # Q
Can't you just transfer it via hotsync when it is cradled or syncing via bluetooth?

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Brought to you by the word "to"

Scott R @ 8/10/2005 9:03:50 PM # Q
Is there something wrong with my computer? All instances of the word "to" on this web page are highlighted in yellow.

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RE: Brought to you by the word
Scott R @ 8/10/2005 9:05:17 PM # Q
Forget it...I am an idiot. Indeed it was me. I had accidentally hit the "Toggle highlighting of search keywords" button in my Maxthon browser (not that I had done a recent search for the word "to", though).

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The IQ level on this board

scstraus2 @ 8/11/2005 6:37:24 AM # Q
Is truly impressive

RE: The IQ level on this board
sr4 @ 8/11/2005 7:38:45 AM # Q

Why thank you! I took one of the free tests that pop up on Brighthand. It said I was the 1000000'th visitor, and that I won a prize, and I thought "Wow! I'm so lucky!!!!'" and then I took the free test, and I only had to give my name and address and SS number and credit card number, and it said I had an IQ of 3000!! "Wow I thought! I knew I was smart, but that smart!'" Since then I have been having free offers constantly popping up on my screen, even when the internet is closed, and some-one has been buying me a lot of presents. They havnt delivered them yet, but I can see them on my ceedit card bill, so I know I will get them soon. I'm sure the charges are just due to a small mix-up at the IQ company!

Once again, thank you for the compliment! How did you know?!?! You must be psychic, just like me!!!!!

Surur

I'm joking, really!!!!

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Why..

nXt @ 8/11/2005 7:16:41 AM # Q
Why would anyone buy a Verizon Treo anyways?
GSM is the way of the future.

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hkklife @ 8/11/2005 8:45:25 AM # Q
Stateside coverage, coverage, and more coverage. If you have to ask a question like that you don't deserve to have a Treo in the first place.

Also, VZW gives phones/plans at super prices to people who can buy through their B2B channel and they are pretty good with keeping their corporate customers happy.


RE: Why..
dawzilla @ 8/11/2005 1:24:02 PM # Q
I've had Sprint, Verizon, Cingular, Tmobile, Nextel, AT&T.

Verizon was the most dependable EVERYWHERE. I used to travel and this phone had the best coverage, seconded by Sprint. GSM (Cingular/Tmobile/AT&T(After the tdma switch)) and Nextel have horrible horrible coverage.

Verizon is expensive though, phones and pricing. But I'd pay 10 more dollars a month on any plan if it meant better coverage and less echo-ey (signal loss during convo) conversations.

Too bad they don't have the free incoming like Nextel does.

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