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Using Motorola's own software, you should be able to connect the phone to your computer through the phone's mini-USB port (the same port you charge it through). Install the software first, then connect the phone. If you don't have this particular kind of cable, ask a friend. They are very common and come with literally hundreds of products. You should be able to extract the pictures from the phone that way.
I am assuming you have the cable needed to connect up to the computer? You would need to purchase the software of motorola phone tools ..IF you would like there is a free trial of it available from Motorola's website from there its a walk thru install. If you dont want to go that route you can also download a freeware called BitPim which will allow you to connect up to you phone and load the necessary drivers.. You want to first install the software and then plug you phone in. The cable needed for most phones is the mini USB which is actually used with most digital camera for the same purpose. Let me know how it goes.