If you use Outlook (like me) to control your address book, and you have pictures on some of the names in your address book, and you used the HTC Sync to import those names to the Evo 4G into the contacts on the phone, you have noticed that when you make or receive calls to the people with the pictures on their names that the photo is blurry and looks horrible. I asked around on here and looked at other places but did not really receive a clear answer. So playing with the phone for a few minutes I figured out what I have to do to get clear pictures on the contacts profiles on the phone. 1. Connect the phone to the computer and put the phone in Disk Drive mode. 2. Explore the phones drive and goto the DCIM folder. Inside there I went into 100MEDIA. 3. You take a picture from your computer or whatever source and transfer it into that folder on the cell phone 4. After you move the picture to the phone, disconnect the phone from the computer or change the phones setting to Charge Only 5. On the cell phone, press Phone. From the Phone screen press Menu - People and choose a person 6. On the persons profile via your phone, scroll down to Edit Contact and press that 7. On the top left corner press the camera icon and choose Gallery on the popup 8. Choose the folder where the picture is, should be in Camera Shots 9. Choose the picture. After you do this you will be shown a "cropping" zone. 10. Crop the image by moving the outlined box around the part of the image you want to show up when you make or receive calls of that person. Press Save 11. Back on the personal profile on the phone just scroll down and press save, and your done. This method is for transfering pictures of your computer to your phone. To use pictures youve taken on the phone just change the walkthrough around a little. Enjoy. EDIT TO #10 - Cropping Image: I just saw that when cropping, you can press your finger on the green line and you will get arrows that show up. you can then slide your finger and make the box bigger or smaller. Just a quick update of this tutorial.