Question about Apple Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger for Mac
When you connect your phone to the mac via the USB does the phone appear on your desktop?
If the phone does mount on the desktop the easiest way to get them on and manage them is with iphoto (or ilife if installed) use the app to import the files. When importing find the phone and look for the images folder.
The manual way.
The mac should pick up most phones and see them as a hard drive. If it does mount on the desk top you can then open the drive and find the images. They are usually in the picture or image folder.
If you cannot see the drive on your desktop and you have bluetooth on your mac. you could transfer the images via bluetooth. Slower but they will get there. You'll just have to pair the devices.
As 'git1' said. If all that fails you'll need to let us know what make the phone is.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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