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Storing Pictures from phone to computer

Hey, Easy question for most im assuming. I need tips as to how to store picutes taken from my phone on my computer. I have it plugged into the USB port, just dont know how to access the items that where on the phone. Any tips that you can give would be great. Ps. I have a moto Razr

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I have the Blue V3 Razr with Bluetooth. I also have a PDA with Bluetooth. I transfer my pictures to my PDA via Bluetooth and on the PDA I store them on my Secure Digital (SD Card) then remove the SD card and plug it into my computer via a card reader. From there it is just drag and drop. I had a Bluetooth Dongle with software for my Pc that made transfering them MUCH easier but I have lost the software disc for the Dongle. It was made by Blue Soliel (http://www.bluesoleil.com/) I don't use this site much so if you have further questions email me at CMLonske at Gmail.com put "Razr Pics" in the subject line.

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You need software google it.

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