How do you download pictures to Facebook from an iPhone 4

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To download pictures to Facebook from an iPhone 4: 1. open facebook from Safari not the application tap and hold on the picture and Save Image or 2. just open the picture and take a screenshot by pressing the home button and the sleep button together.



Can the Iphone 4 take a picture of a text conversation

A popular and useful feature on the iPhone 4, released June 24, 2010, is the ability to take screenshots – a picture of the current image on your screen.Taking the screenshot is a very easy process, as there are only 2 buttons to push: Hold down the sleep/wake button on the top, right edge of the phone and quickly follow this with 2 short presses of the home button. The screen will flash momentarily, signifying the picture has been taken. The image can be found in your camera roll.

How do u take a picture of txts on an iPhone 4

To take a screenshot, you must first find the screen of which you want a picture. Hold down the sleep/wake button on the top, right edge of the phone. Quickly follow this with 2 short presses of the home button. The screen will flash momentarily.

How do you take a screenshot on Iphone 4

A screenshot can be taken with the iPhone OS by pressing and holding the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button; the screen will flash and the picture will be stored in the "Camera Roll" on the iPhone or in "Saved Photos" on the iPod touch. ! Want to know? and go!



6 Responses to “How do you download pictures to Facebook from an iPhone 4”

How do you download pictures to Facebook on an IPhone?

By Ann A February 4th, 2013 at 11:16:32
 

Facebook is a popular social networking site which allows you to keep in contact with friends and co-workers, share status updates, upload pictures, and instant message with contacts. If you have an iPhone then downloading the Facebook for iPhone app

By madzat February 4th, 2013 at 13:39:14
 

Uploading and sharing photos with friends is a popular Facebook feature. The Facebook photo viewer displays low-resolution images for faster viewing, but the original picture file is made available for downloading purposes. The original pic…http://www.ehow.com/how_8411534_download-original-sized-pictures-facebook.html

By Boback February 4th, 2013 at 15:35:14
 

With people connecting to many of their friends and family over Facebook these days, it seems only natural that Facebook would become a popular outlet for sharing photos. You might find yourself tagged in a photo taken at a party or wedding…http://www.ehow.com/how_8352564_download-pictures-photo-galleries-facebook.html

By rulezde February 4th, 2013 at 18:24:45
 

How do I upload pictures to I don’t have an iPhone? I need to upload pictures facebook from my cellphone if from a volleyball trip onto Facebook, and my friends don’t know eit

By doberlec February 4th, 2013 at 20:57:21
 

iPhone 4 or Blackberry Bold 9700 (UK on O2)? Unless you’ve been living under a rock placed under another rock of another rock, I’m sure you know that the iPhone 4 is being release tomorrow. I’m still unsure whether or not I want one. I mean, I was up for it until I noticed that O2 (UK) had announced that they would be changing their data plans from unlimited data to 500MB of data per month with no roll-over MBs. I was also up for it until I downloaded iOS 4 for my iPod Touch and seen that it completely drained my battery without even using it (I’m not even joking. Yesterday, all I did was receive a few Facebook notifications and check my tweets (and send a tweet) once and that brought my battery down to 35%. After sending another tweet to announce what had happened with the battery, it bought my battery down another 15%. I’m going to assume this is an iOS 4 bug because when I was using the old OS, all that wouldn’t have even brought my battery down to 70%).

Before Apple announced the iPhone 4, I had my heart set on a Blackberry Bold 9700 as I liked how they looked and how professional and business-like they’re made out to be. The only thing I didn’t like about them was the lack of apps compared to Apple’s iPhone. Plus the fact that, in order to get complete MobileMe support, you had to go through a number of steps and use different accounts such as Google’s Calendar and Contacts.

When Apple announced their iPhone 4, I immediately wanted once of those as they seemed like the first iPhone that was actually worth all the money. That was, however, until I seen the data changes and how iOS4 literally ate my battery even when I killed apps after use to preserve the battery life. What if the same thing happens with iPhone 4? What if it eats my battery even more as it will be 3G capable and more? I actually don’t know what I want to get now. Could you help advise me?

I am still currently a student who mostly texts, uses on average 200 minutes per month (but this has been steadily increasing each month and sometimes can jump to atleast 400 minutes per month. I will also expect it to be increasing even more when I start my new blog and turn 18 later this year). Currently, I try to only use my mobile internet to tweet as I only get 1MB of data per month with my current contract. If I had more data, I would tweet from my phone more, use Facebook, upload pictures to various networking websites (Facebook, Flickr, etc…), check RSS + Email and actually browse a few web pages. Every month, I always go over my data limit and end up paying an extra £10 for my contract.

I will be getting the same contract regardless of the phone I get (600 minutes, Unlimited texts). The Blackberry comes unlimited data and the phone will be priced as free. Though, I have heard they come with a lot of problems. iPhone will have 500MB data and the phone will cost £209 (Black 32GB). What do you think I should do?

By servermin February 5th, 2013 at 00:14:22
 

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