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Old 1st August 2020, 16:29   #11
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"uploaded file is not an image" usually means the file is too big and needs resizing
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Old 1st August 2020, 16:36   #12
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Still no luck. How do I get my pictures into the Gallery. It appears that this needs to be the starting source of the photo to be transferred into the message.

I have done it before, a long time ago. Some of my earlier uploaded pics are still there. I haven't a clue as to how they got there.

Why can't my picture be "drag and dropped" straight from my folder where I placed it originally, and on to the message?
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BigRuss,

Sorry for the inconvenience, but could you kindly pm me your e-mail address and I will send the picture directly to you.

Many thanks,

Geoff.
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Old 1st August 2020, 23:36   #14
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Wow..... Thank you all for your speedy replies. I just wanted to rule out the electronics behind the glove box which you have all confirmed.

I have had a bit of experience of working inside the door after, which I did myself, to avoid loosing the car, when another car came into my driver's side requiring both doors to be replaced, 2 years ago.
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I still have a large box (it was the packaging for a 'Gtech vacuum cleaner) full of all the door parts from my old door, apart from my original lock, which I swapped over on to the replacement door, the faulty one on the car now. I still have the replacement door's lock unit.

BigRuss, - will this lock unit be swappable or will it need to be T4'd to work with my keyfob? Or is their something in the lock, like the chip in the keyfob which will need swapping over for my fob to work?

Once again, thank you all for your speedy replies which are all agreeing with one another.

Geoff

Yes, plug & play as i said in my original post.
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