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hi friend here are several ways to transfer mobile phone
photos onto your PC, ranging from, emailing them using GPRS, Bluetooth
file transfers, Infrared file transfer, using MMS service, using a card
reader or simply using a data cable. VideoJug themselves even have a
film on the subject, but this guide will address transferring
photographs to your PC using the manufacturer supplied data-cable and
Step 1: Check To See If You Have The data Cable And SoftwareMost
mobile phones nowadays come standard with a USB data transfer cable and
bundled software utility. Check the box that your mobile phone came
with for the cable and CD-Rom. If not provided with the software, it
may be available as a free download from the manufacturer’s website. If
your phone did not come with a data cable, check the manual if your
model supports data cable transfers.
Step 2: Install The Communication SoftwareOnce
you have located your software CD, check the system requirements
necessary to run the software such as hardware specifications,
operating systems supported etc. Install the software following
on-screen instructions, but do not plug in the USB data cable or phone
in just yet, unless the software requests you to do so during the
Step 3: Connect Your Mobile Phone To The PC Using The Data CableOnce
the installation is complete, the software would usually require a
reboot of the PC before plugging in the mobile phone for the first
time. Then connect your mobile phone to the data, and the cable to the
USB port of your PC. Several phones may display a message on the mobile
display that the phone is now connected to the PC, but if not don’t
worry just yet!
never to unplug or disconnect the data cable from the phone during a
data transfer or you could end up damaging your phone or loosing all
Step 4: Start Up The Software Package And Locate The Image Or File Transfer UtilityOnce
connected, start up your mobile phone’s software, and browse through
the interface. Most manufacturers offer some form of phone browser
where you can browse through the content on your phone, copying files
onto, or taking files off the mobile. The software utility may also
offer a separate tool for transferring photos and video shot with your
mobile, if this is the case use the utility!
Step 5: Transfer Mobile Phone Photos Onto Your PCUse
the software’s browser or photo utility to transfer your photographs to
your PC. Some software tools provide image editing tools as well that
will enable cropping, rotation, and sharpening of images once
transferred to you PC. Don’t be afraid of referring to the software’s
help file incase you get stuck.
phone models and manufacturers vary, it is always a good practice to
read through the mobile phone user manual and the software's help or
readme file while using this guide. It is also always good practice to
use the backup function of the software first to ensure you can restore
your phone back to its original state should anything happen to it.
Firstly have you a memory card inserted?
If yes, is there any problems reading files from it?
If yes, remove memory card and re insert, it may just be connections dirty?
If no memory card inserted chances are your camera settings are set to save to memory card.
To change this start the camera and go to settings/options.
Look for default save location. If it is set to save to memory card and you dont have one, that would be the reason why it is not saving images. Either install a Pro Duo memory card or change default save location to 'Phone'.
Hope that helps?
The disc provided by Sony Ericsson, with your phone is probably out of date. Even if you bought the phone today. Before you do anything else, remove the old PC Suite from your PC and do a restart. Go to: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/corporate/support/products/software/k800i/sonyericssonpcsuite310700aeexe Download the latest PC Suite. If/when prompted, click RUN on the download window.
Or open Windows Explorer. Find your phone in there somewhere, then drag and drop the Files, Pics etc...
The PC Suite will only download your pics once from the phone, so as to prevent repeated copies.
When you reach to that part here's what you should do:
1. Don't disconnect the USB cable from your PC but disconnect your phone from the USB cable.
2. Turn off your K750i and wait for at least 20 seconds after you turn it off
3. Press and Hold "c" in your K750i and while holding the "c", connect your K750i back to the USB cable
4. It is not suppose to turn on but it will start the Update
5. Once the the Update starts you can release the "c".
Note: I hold the "c" a bit longer because I want to make sure that the update will start properly
Tip1: While pressing the "c" and connecting back your K750i to the USB
cable, if your K750i turn on it means that you haven't updated the USB
Driver for update. You only install the USB Driver for data transfer
Tip2: USB Driver for your firmware update is only 2 files inside the
zip. Extract the file on desktop so that when it is necessary for you
to install you can find it immediately
sorry i cant add much detail, i used to have a Sony Ericsson, but it go stolen, so im now using nokia, an i never have used recovery mode!