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Set up Flickr upon reset, where the heck is it?


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  1. mattwill

    mattwill Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    When I activated my phone, besides setting up my email accounts, it very nicely brought up a "social networks" screen to set those up as well.

    Options included facebook, twitter, and flicker. As I don’t like the Android facebook app - I prefer to use the browser version, but that’s a topic for a different thread ;-), and I don’t use twitter, I set up my flicker account. Yay!

    But now that my phone is ready to go, and I cant find any mention of flickr ANYWHERE. Its not in the program list, its not on a widget, and I see no mention of it from either my gmail or yahoo mail set up.

    Edit: ok, i found it on my manage account tab, but it is no help.

    What exactly did I give my phone permision to do then?!?
     

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  2. mattwill

    mattwill Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Any takers? Still wondering why it asked me to set up flickr.
     
  3. woodsb123

    woodsb123 Well-Known Member

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    Not sure what type of phone you have MattWill, I have a Droid Eris, and what setting up my Flickr account allows me to do is whenever I take pictures with my phone, I am able to share those pictures using many applications which are setup on my phone including Flickr. So within your camera app, when you are viewing your pictures, you should have a "share" icon. click on the icon and you should see Flickr as one of the options. Hope this helps.
     

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