Is there really way to transfer pictures from a Sanyo Vero except by email?
The phone has a micro USB cable port, but neither my MacBook Pro rurnning OS10.6.8 nor my Compac running Windows 7 can mount the stupid thing, though they both recognize that is has been attached to the computer via a USB cable.
Can Sanyo have really been so stupid? You can transfer stupid stuff like Contacts and Name Cards via bluetooth, but not pictures? Is this just a way of eating up data transfer time and extracting more moeny from the user?!?
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Trudy, See this link and have a look at the bottom of your laptop. It may not have Bluetooth capability. You could always purchase a USB Bluetooth adapter if you really needed Bluetooth connectivity.
If your just transferring things from your phone to notebook, you could just use a USB transfer cable. Most newer phones have a micro USB port and you would just need to purchase an inexpensive USB to Micro USB cable. Ebay or Amazon have some inexpensive ones. Avoid Best Buy or Staples high price cables. One of my favorite places to order cables from is Monoprice, but i usually order a few at a time to save on the shipping costs.
This would depends on your phone.
Most newer phones have either bluetooth, wifi, or a micro SD card.
If you have bluetooth,
Connect the blue tooth to your PC and transfer them that way.
Some PCs don't have bluetooth.
If you have wifi,
Use you email program to send them to an EMail account you can get too from the pc.
If you have a micro SD slot on the phone,
You can transfer the pictures to you card and yous a memory card reader to get the pictures.
If you have non of those options,
Try and connect the phone to the computer with a USB cable.
Maybe you will get lucky and the computer will be able to get the pictures that way.
The USB cable does not work apparently, UNLESS you have a micro SD card inserted. You also have to manually transfer the pictures from the phone's internal memory to the SD card first, then you can transfer them to the PC via the USB cable. The USB connector on the phone is one of the new USB micro A or micro B connectors - make sure you get the correct one. It looks like the one on the phone charger.
1. Email them to yourself. Cell Company charges you. 2. Wireless Bluetooth on your phone, to wireless Bluetooth (small USB Bluetooth you buy) to your computer. Wireless Bluetooth to wireless Bluetooth. Free except onetime purchase of USB Blutooth for your PC. This is IF you phone supports this. 3. USB Data Cable (I paid $2.60 for mine over internet this past week, thecellshopdDOTnet) AND software such as Datapilot (or others) on your PC. The USB Data Cable plugs into the same place as your power charger, & will also charge your phone as well as transfer pictures. Make 100% SURE FIRST from the software vendors that they have YOUR phone in their list of supported phones!!!!
U can transfer those photos using email service in your phone if it's active. just send it to ur active email address and instantly u can transfer or download the attachments (photos) in your email address. If like fast transfer, u can use Bluetooth dongle or BluetoothUSB dongle or infrared service that is compatible to your phone. The 3rd option is using a USB Data Cable compatible to your phone. But I recommend BluetoothUSB Dongle cause it is easier to use,fast file transfer,less complicated and is cheaper but effective and accurate. I can provide u the way on how to use the devices i've mention if you need it. Rate my solution according to the benefit u acquire from it...TNX. Enjoy transferring.
Usually you can down load the driver/photo smart software you need. Go to your provider web page and see if they have it for a free download. Also when you put pictures on a CD at a store, those CD come with photo smart/share software that you can use. If you have internet access, you can send the pictures to email, then open your email and save the pictures in the computer.