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Old 11-12-2015, 10:15 PM   #1
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Any idea why I got a error message that upload failed? File isn't to large and it came from my phone via email to computer. One time it said something about a certificate, I tried to change properties on the file still no dice?

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Old 11-12-2015, 10:33 PM   #2
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Any idea why I got a error message that upload failed? File isn't to large and it came from my phone via email to computer. One time it said something about a certificate, I tried to change properties on the file still no dice?

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Not sure but I always use Photobucket to convert my pictures.
Never had any problems.

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Any idea why I got a error message that upload failed? File isn't to large and it came from my phone via email to computer. One time it said something about a certificate, I tried to change properties on the file still no dice?

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I have the exact same problem. JPEG and PNG files, well under the limit, zero luck uploading them. All I get is an error message saying "upload failed." I found a way to make it work once or twice, but not since then.

If someone can figure out what's up here, that would be great.
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Well, at least it isn't just me. That was the first time I tried from a PC though. Maybe I'll try again tomorrow from the ipad
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I've only tried on Macbook
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