If you want to retrieve the full quality profile picture without ever having uploaded it to Google+, follow these steps:
If you have multiple google accounts, open a private window by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + N for Chrome or CTRL + SHIFT + P for Firefox.
Go to any google service such as gmail.com and log into the account you wish to retrieve a profile ...
If you are on timeline:
Go to your profile (timeline)
Mouseover your profile picture
Click on Edit Profile Picture
Click Choose from Photos
In the overlay, click View Albums
Click on the album called Profile Pictures
Choose your image—this is it.
If you want to download either individual components of your Facebook profile - photos, messages, wall posts, updates, friends etc - or indeed the whole thing, then you should use SocialSafe. You can specify what parts of your account that you back up to your own machine and the user interface makes it easy to browse or search through it.
You can download ...
Click your name or existing profile photo at the upper left corner of the screen to go into your profile.
Once there, the third or so item under your big profile pic at upper left should be "Photos". Click on this.
Click on your "Profile Pictures" album.
Click on the photo you want to use as your profile picture. It will expand into the centre of the ...
depends on how you upload it, when I upload from Chrome/Firefox/Safari/IE/Opera on my windows computer it allows you to "resize" and gives you that horrid white background, when I do it from my Android phone using the official app, it maintains transparency (for .png anyway), also with Plume for Android. Hope that helps!
This link would give you all the details you need: http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&ctx=mail&answer=35529
You can choose to set your profile picture to be displayed either to your Google chat contacts only or to be seen by everyone. If you choose the former one, the email you sent out will not have your picture. This is provided ...
You cannot split that file before having downloaded it. So you first need to download that 100MB file to your computer. Then you can split it.
Download 7zip: http://www.7-zip.org/
Then use the split file option to split. See the following tutorial:
Just go to your profile and images link. You 'll be listed with the images that you have uploaded and also other option lists you down with the profile pictures that you have used. Go and include the same. Your likes, comments everything 'll be retained.
In short: Don't upload new one, use the same one.
People you are not friends with can only like and/or comment on your public posts if you allow people to follow you on Facebook. If you disable this option, anyone who is not friends with you will only be able to see the "share" option and not be able to like or comment on your public photos.
Twitter just doesn't allow users to use transparent .png image anymore, since, maybe december 2012?. Nowadays they adapt this kinda thing where you can change zooms on the picture before uploading a new avatar. So i think using transparent background is useless for now. It'll always turn into white background anyway.
Too bad, cause actually avatars always ...
The bug appears to be related to corruption between the gmail and hangouts profiles that are supposedly synchronized. Updating the picture in hangouts fixed the issue, even though that is supposedly shared with gmail and updating in gmail left two versions.
Simply update your Yahoo profile picture or create profile if you don't have one. Put the same picture tag you have on Gmail an wait.
Remember spec about pic should be:
Image file size: 5MB (maximum)
File format: .jpg, .png, .jpeg
Image resolution size:192x192 (minimum)
Yahoo uses your profile from Yahoo and if you don't have one they take the pic from ...
If you have a Google + account, this can have adverse effects. The image uploaded to your G+ profile can appear on some, but not all services where your image appears.
If you upload an image to G+, then it'll appear in services like Calendar or Drive. But you can change the image in the Gmail settings as well and have this effect.
I suggest going into ...
FB doesn't allow you that now. but here is a simple trick.
Go to facebook's mobile site (not mobile app) => m.facebook.com
Click on Profile > Photos > Profile Pictures > Upload profile picture
For more info and detail read this => http://www.digitalshangrila.com/facebook/upload-profile-picture-facebook-without-cropping/
I tried uploading a .PNG image with some transparency but after the image was uploaded the transparency no longer there, but the image was still .PNG, so it means Twitter doesn't support images with transparency and we can't just do it.
If you want to make your profile picture a photo that you already have uploaded in a different album, Facebook will automatically copy it (without the comments and likes) to the Profile pictures album (there is no other way unless you upload it directly as a profile picture). However, the original picture remains in the original album with all the likes and ...
From Twitter Support (DM):
Alex, there is no longer an option to delete - you must upload a new photo to replace the old one.
22 Aug at 22:21
Update 02/06/2012: This is now possible again.
And the result: