Table of contents for CNET do-it-yourself camera and music phone projects : 24 cool things you didn't know you could do/ Ari Hakkarainen.


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Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: Easy Project 1: Take Better Pictures with Your Camera Phone Project 2: Copy Photos and Other Information from Your Phone to a PC Using a Memory Card Project 3: Copy Photos and Other Information from Your Phone to a PC Using a Wireless Bluetooth Connection Project 4: Record Home Movies with Your Camera Phone Project 5: Listen to MP3 Music on Your Phone Project 6: Copy Ringtones, Wallpapers, MP3 Music, and Other Fun Stuff to Your Phone Using a Memory Card Project 7: Copy Photos, Ringtones, and Other Information from Your PC to Your Phone Using a Wireless Bluetooth Connection Project 8: Download New Applications to Your Phone Part II: Challenging Project 9: Load Up Your Phone with Music from Your CDs Project 10: Send Photos, Videos, and Other Information from Your Phone by E-mail Project 11: Load Up Your Phone with Polyphonic MIDI Ringtones Project 12: Share Your Pictures on an Internet Photo Album Project 13: Upload Your Camera Phone Movies to a Video-Sharing Site Project 14: Record Your Own Ringtones Project 15: Display a Photo Slide Show on a Large Screen Project 16: Print Photos from Your Camera Phone Project 17: Listen to Podcasts on Your Phone Part III: Advanced Project 18: Watch TV on Your Phone Project 19: Improve Your Photos in an Imaging Application Project 20: Direct Your Own Home Movies Project 21: Post Your Photos and Thoughts on a Blog Project 22: Create Real Music Ringtones and Video Ringtones Project 23: Download Music to Your Phone from the Internet Project 24: Watch Movies and Videos on Your Phone Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cellular telephones.
Photography -- Digital techniques.
Sound -- Recording and reproducing -- Digital techniques.