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How to download JPG in my iPhone

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Last Modified: 2013-12-07
I have an Apple iPhone (prior 3g), version 1.1.3.

I was sent links of JPG images I need to download from this links.

Whats the best way to do that?
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Upgrade iPhone, version 1.1.3 is ancent. Then tap and hold image, it will allow you to save.

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Hi,
you just hold down your finger on the image and the iphone prompts you to download it.

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It doesnt work on his version I dont think. And thats what I already said thank you.

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Yes it doesn't work on this version.

If I upgrade, to what version should I look at and where should I downloaded from?

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o.O

You plug it into iTunes and it will say Version 3.0 is out do you want to download only, install, cancel...

If not you check for updates manually by clicking check for updates on the iphone device main page.

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ok

one last question, by updating, will it mess up my carrier info?

any considerations prior doing this update?

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Yes it will change the settings. You should backup your phone and sync your contacts with outlook. 3.0 is known to delete contacts.

Sync contacts: Click iPhone under devices in iTunes > Info tab > Check sync contacts with:

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Definatly worth doing, you dont have the app store, you can get lots of games and things, many for free.

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I'm kind of worry on this part...is possible to loose my carrier info in a way I can't get my phone working again?
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I just got off the phone with my colleague.  This iPhone was purchase in Central America and was given to me here in the states when my current phone stop working (which i wasn't aware of).  he told me that if I update my iPhone via iTune, it may become damage.  Though he didn't say it, but by the way he talked about it, this phone may have been hakec in CA in order to work and if its true and I update the iPhone, my T-Mobile carrier info may be corrupt or permanent damage.

This being said, is it safe to go about the update?

Also, when backing up, can the firmware be restored prior to any update?

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Kinda' not clear on your response.  Based on my last input, do you think I should proceed with upgrade?
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understood.

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Just FYI, T-Mobile is allowed in the US.  Its just I was given this iPhone and I change the sim card.

Ok, just to finalized: as I understand it, in order to have the JPG download to my iPhone, I have to upgrade to 2.2.1.  This process may be probable that my carrier be affected and my phone inoperable unless I find some unlock program to unlock that version.  But I do risk that the new version may make my T-Mobile configuration inoperable.

Am I correct?

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Understood and you are right, its not allowed.  I thought you meant T-Mobile as a carrier.  Understood.

To finalized, the process of unlock is after the upgrade?
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Ok.  I think I have enough to make a knowledgeable decision.

Thanx lots!

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For now, I'll will not upgrade until I get another and the maybe twinker with this one.

Again, thanx!

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There you go, I have a 3G and I mess around with my 2G cause I couldnt find anyone that wanted it. I use it because Im a beta tester.
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