How to Send Pics From an iPod to a Phone


An iPod Touch has two high-quality cameras in it, and because this device is so portable, you may often find yourself taking snapshots that you want to share with your friends and family. While the iPod Touch doesn't allow you to text photos as the iPhone does, it does let you email photos to others with a few taps of its buttons. Many modern phones capable of displaying photos are also capable of accessing the Internet, so the phone user can receive the email on the phone and download the photo from the email message.

  • Tap the icon for the "Photos" app on the home screen of your iPod Touch.

  • Tap the album that has the picture you want to send in it, and then tap the picture itself.

  • Tap the "Share" button in the bottom-left corner; it looks like a right-facing arrow coming out of a box.

  • Tap "Email Photo." A new message appears.

  • Tap the "to" line and type the email address of the person you want to send it to. Tap "Subject" and type in a subject for your message. Tap the body of the email to type in a message.

  • Tap "Send."

  • Open the Internet browser on your phone, or tap your email app on a smartphone. Login to your email, and open the message with the photo. Tap or select the attachment to download it. Touch or select the downloaded photo to save it to your phone's photo album.

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