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Can't get pictures of daughter's birth off phone, even though we have the USB cable.

Wireless provider no longer supports ability to simply email the pictures. We don't want to throw $ away on software that may not work.

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Dear,
try to reconnect it with data cable with pc. Check if pc is showing something connected with it. If yes then check your phone connectivity settings. OR you can use bluetooth option by inserting a cheep bluetooth device with your pc. It will not cost much...

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