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Emailed pictures, arriving sideways

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#1 Calebvision


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 01:31 PM

I have a T Mobile LG Optimus ( something liek that ). Lately, whenever I email apicture, it arrives at destination "sideways".

Any suggestions on how I can fix this?

Help wil be appreciated!

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#2 buddy215


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:06 PM

Have you explored the settings for the camera? Like mentioned here: Support: Media: LG Optimus T
Look for keywords such as rotate or landscape after opening those settings headings.

You could rotate the phone/ camera 90 degrees during the picture taking....:)

Copied from link above:

Camera settings
How to adjust the camera settings

To adjust the settings for how the camera takes or displays pictures, follow these steps:

1. From the Home screen, tap the Applications tab.

2. Tap Camera.

3. Press the Menu key.

4. Tap the Settings icon.

5. Tap one of the following options to change:

  • Image size
  • ISO
  • White balance
  • Color effect
  • Timer
  • Shot mode
  • Image Quality
  • Auto review
  • Shutter sound
  • Tag location
6. Select the desired option.

7. Press the Back key to hide settings.

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#3 Calebvision

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 06:17 AM

Thanks much, Buddy! All seems back to normal!


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