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As long as the phone will turn on, you can use the USB charging cable to attach it to a computer. Once attached, the computer will detect the phone and assign it a drive letter. You can then open the folder tree and locate the stored photos and copy them to the PC.
1. Please make sure your USB cable is working fine. better to connect your phone using another USB cable.
2. Change the phone's battery, or make sure its more than 80% charged and in good condition.
3. Try to connect with different USB Port on your PC.
Hope your problem will be solved.
It sounds like the charging port on your phone is broken. This could have happened a number of ways. Either by dropping your phone, putting the charger in wrong, or taking it out wrong. If you call HTC(866-449-8358) and it is still under warranty they will probably fix it for free as long as it doesn't have any water damage(http://www.ehow.com/how_4479971_check-cell-phone-water-damage.html). Otherwise you could also get a new phone.
Hi Did you have any luck connecting to the PC? Tried mine but couldn't connect through the USB [no phone found!] Could've tried bluetooth but then again,it doesn't apply here. Thought this device could never connect to a PC! If you can connect,just open the folder with the pictures and drag them onto the desktop.
Make sure that you haven't made any changes in usb connectivity,mean
your phone will only be connected with your pc companion when you
choose phone mode. had a similar problem with my X10 (the big one) - turned out to be
something to do with the Nokia PC Suite I had installed on the PC -
well, at least when I deep sixed the Nokia software the phone started
working. So check if you've got something trapping USB events - e.g.
some folks have complained that the iPod software does this.
question, but have you tried the usual work around (he says, blithely
assuming that you've got a Windows PC) of trying a different USB port?
I've had problems with a scanner getting recognized that moving to a
different port sorted out fine.
Oh, and I've also had some issues with 3rd party microUSB leads - they seem to only be usable for charging.
Is your Micro USB cable a "B" or "A"?Micro USB "B" is for data/charging. Micro USB "A" is for charging only and will not work for any kind of data transfer (pins not connected). The connector will be labeled at the micro usb end. When you plug the cable into your phone a popup will ask you if you want to connect to mass storage. Once you answer yes, you can connect to the phone just like a usb drive.
My Motorola Blur would not charge kept saying Connect Charger. I tried various power connecters including the Original one that came with the phone and the USB to no avail. This morning I took the phone apart and clean it and still would not recognize the charger.
Fix: I lifted up the connector where the charger plugs into on the actual phone and now it is making contact and appears to now be charging my phone.
taken from the HTC site....
To transfer files from your computer to your phone's storage card, you need to set the phone's storage card as a USB drive. Connect the phone to the computer using the USB cable, and open the Notifications panel. Tap USB connected and then tap Mount, the phone will appear as an external USB drive in your computer. hope that helps DG
Hi Jane, I just imagine: 370 photos, some more sounds than the 64 poliphonic sounds, and music reader by default...no more memory from those 92Mb. That's why there is no more memory to comunicate. All you need is
SAMSUNG E530 SGH-E530 PCB160LBEG/STD PC Link Cable
Connect your phone to your PC or Laptop, to transfer files to and from your phone