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I have the correct cable to connect my phone to my computer

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    i have the corrcet usb cable for my phone but the device is not coming up on mu computer

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I am trying to download photos from my phone to my computer without success.How do I do it?


Hey Robert, what kind of phone do you use?

If it's an android phone, you can simply connect it to your computer with a USB cable. Your computer will then recognize your phone as a camera. Copy and paste, the photo transfer can be transferred at ease.

If you're an iPhone user, here's an official guide to help you import photos/videos to computer. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201302
Moreover, you're free to try this iPhone Transfer program as well.
http://www.leawo.org/itransfer/

Jun 22, 2016 | Cell Phones

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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S to Mac


This tip talks about 3 ways to transfer photos from iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S to your Mac computer.

Solution 1. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto

This method is applied to transfer the camera roll photos from your iPhone to Mac.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable, and launch iPhoto if it doesn't open automatically.

Step 2. Select the photos you want to transfer > Click Import (if you choose all the photos) or Import Selected (if you just choose some of them).

Solution 2. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with Preview

Step 1. Launch Preview. Connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable.

Step 2. Click File at the upper left corner of your screen.

Step 3. Choose Import from your iPhone, choose the photos you want to transfer by clicking Import or Import All. Choose destination for your iPhone photos.

Solution 3. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with PhotoTrans

1. Supports transferring photos from iPhone to Mac and vice verse easily.
2. Gives you the ability to add and delete photos, and even albums.
3. Transfers all the photos, including Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Photo Library and My Albums from your iPhone to Mac.
4. Super fast transfer speed allows you to transfer a large number of photos in minutes.
Step 1: Download PhotoTrans and install it on your Mac.
Step 2: Launch PhotoTrans and connect your iPhone to Mac via USB cable.
Step 3: On the PhotoTrans's homepage, click "Export" > Select Photo Source you want to transfer > Click "Browse" to choose destination for your output photos > Click "OK" to start.

Resource from: http://www.imobie.com/support/how-to-transfer-photos-from-iphone-to-mac.htm

on Mar 04, 2015 | Apple iPhone Cell Phones

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How do i transfer files,contact,photos to a computer


What kind of cell phone do you have? Is it a smartphone?
If you're an iPhone user, then it would be easy to transfer photos to your computer. With the iPhone USB cable and a computer, you are able to transfer photos from iPhone to computer easily, but before moving photos, you should shut down auto sync of iTunes to prevent the data in their tablets. You can use your computer to cut or copy photos from iPhone to computer. You will need to connect iPhone to computer with the USB cable to finish the job. The phone will be recognized as a digital camera, and it allows you to view the Camera Roll contents on your computer. So you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC for a backup.
If you want to transfer other files like contacts, notes, messages from iPhone, please take a look at this guide. http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/transfer-photos-from-ipad-to-pc.html

Apr 16, 2016 | Cell Phones

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How do I download my pictures on my phone to my computer


You need a cable that plugs into your phone and with a standard USB connection to your computer. That will connect your phone to the computer, and hopefully your computer will recognize that phone. Second, you need software that will be able to how was your pictures. Most computers already have some sort of picture software. Then follow the prompts, for the download. Or you can drag and drop using Explorer? That is if you have a Windows operating system. With little information, we can't assist you very well. What kind of phone do you have and what kind of computer do you have?

Apr 09, 2015 | Cell Phones

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How do I transfer iPhone 4S WhatsApp photos to my PC?


first save all the photos to camera ( long press on picture save to camera)
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then connect phone through usb thrn open my computer open iphone folder save picture to your computer.... 25208898-xxg23bqogrpujztq43hjzuo2-1-0.jpg

Or you can download Backuptrans iPhone WhatsApp Transfer to help. It lets you transfer and manage your WhatsApp chat messages on computer smoothly. Restoring WhatsApp chat history from computer back to your iPhone is also supported.

Oct 11, 2014 | Apple iPhone 4S

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How to transer photos to galaxy phone


try this Transferring Pictures and Videos
  1. Connect your device to your PC using the supplied USB cable. Open the notifications panel and touch USB connected.
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  2. Touch Connect USB storage.
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  3. A window will open on your computer. Click Open device to view files.
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  1. Open the DCIM folder.
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  1. Open the Camera folder.
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  1. Click and drag the photos or videos to the desired folder on your PC.
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godluck

Mar 24, 2014 | Samsung Galaxy S GTI9000 Smartphone

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Transfer pictures from phone to computer. I have the correct USB cable


I found an easy step by step to do this.
  1. Connect the USB cable to the computer and the phone.
  2. In the phone: When you attach the USB cable to the phone, a USB connection window appears, Select File transfer.
  3. On the computer: Open My Computer and your phone will be visible as a removable disk.
  4. Double-click the removable disk.
  5. Here you will find specific folders (depending on your phone model) where your pictures are stored.
  6. Drag and drop or copy and paste the picture from this folder to a folder on your computer.
  7. Disconnect the phone from the USB cable.
The picture is now transferred to your computer.

Hope this helps

Dec 22, 2010 | Sony Ericsson w580i Cellular Phone

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I have a v551 which allows me to make and receive calls but the screen is blank. How can I retrieve my pictures from this phone. My numbers were stored on my sim card but I have family pictures, some from...


Hi,

Your phone supports both USB and Bluetooth connection (As per Mannual). To transfer these picture you can always use any of the two.

To transfer these photos from phone to comuter, I would suggest to use a USB data cable to connect your phone to PC. If that is not possible then try Bluetooth ( If you have inbuilt bluetooth on your computer else you can use external bluetooth device also).

Evenn if you have any probelms transfering them, then send it your email id as MMS or send it to a phone through Bluetooth and then transfer it to your computer.

Hope this would help to do so. I can understand the importance of the photos. Take care.


Apr 30, 2009 | Motorola Mobility V557 Cellular Phone

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LG PHONE PICTURES INTO COMPUTER


If you bought the SD card from Verizon then you should have another card where you insert the card into the regular sized and it works that way. Good luck!!

Jan 03, 2009 | LG VOYAGER VX10000 Cellular Phone

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Cant unload photos from phone to P.C.


Most camera phones have the ability to send photos in the form of an email. Of course, this is the way wireless providers would like you to do it since they get to charge additional fees for sending the picture mail. Normally, wireless providers charge a flat rate to send a picture as an email through their network, but you could also be billed on a per-kilobyte rate for the data used.

To e-mail photos to yourself, you'll need to make sure your phone is configured to send e-mails. Most phones purchased from the carrier are setup out of the box, but you'll need to determine that on a per-case basis. The process for selecting an image to send will vary on the individual phone model, so refer to the instructions in your telephone manual for instructions. When you're ready to send the picture, place your e-mail address in the "To:" field, and hit send. Bluetooth 33f594066a59a60a--32a96d82-11026e4c1f5--7f131573051387.jpgIf your phone is equipped with short-range Bluetooth wireless technology, you can often send images to a similarly equipped notebook or desktop computer. The best part about Bluetooth is that images transferred in this manner are completely free to you. Whether you send 1 picture or 50, it's still free. Not all phones are equipped with Bluetooth, but even less computers come with the technology built-in. However, you can add the technology to your computer by purchasing a USB Bluetooth module from a local electronics retailer. Don't worry about it being expensive, considering most modules retail for about $25.

Sending photos to a computer using Bluetooth is fairly simple... once you pair the phone to your computer. Sometimes the pairing process goes smoothly, and sometimes it doesn't. Either way, once you've gotten the two talking to each other, sending images to and from the phone is a snap. On top of this, Bluetooth allows you to send images and files to other Bluetooth phones without wires or charges.

Not all Bluetooth phones will be able to send images to a computer. Some carriers disable the file transfer profile before the phone is sent to the stores for sale, thereby forcing the users to either buy a data kit or send e-mails. This is what's referred to as the "no free lunch" approach to customer service. It's reasonable for them to assume that most would not spend fifty-dollars on an accessory, so they'll get to charge your account for every picture you send or make a monthly fee on a picture package.
Data Cable Any phone that has a built-in camera will most likely be able to connect to a computer via a USB data connection kit. Data kits are phone specific, so you'll need to make sure you get the correct one for your model phone. The kit includes the cable that plugs your phone into your computer's USB jack, as well as software to assist in transferring files to and from the phone.

Once connected, you'll have the same file transfer abilities as you would with Bluetooth, except with a wire. Unfortunately, you cannot transfer images to anything but a computer, so don't expect to move a picture from your phone to a friend's. Though data connect kits are often more expensive than Bluetooth modules, they do transfer files at a faster speed.
Removable Memory Cards 33f594066a59a60a--32a96d82-11026e4c1f5--7d412120809090.jpgMany newer phones have a slot for an external memory cards, especially models with higher resolution cameras. Since the images are stored on a removable memory card, transferring images to the computer is a breeze. All you need to do is pick up an external memory card reader from a local electronics store. You'll need to know what kind of card your phone uses before you go shopping to make sure the reader you buy supports the correct format.

Once your card reader is in place, merely remove the memory card from your phone, and insert it into the card reader. The computer will recognize the card and assign it a drive letter. Actually moving images is as easy as using the "cut and paste" commands in Windows Explorer. Just reinsert the card back into the phone when you're ready to take new pictures

Hope this may help;

Regards,
VOTIT

Aug 28, 2008 | Cell Phones

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