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Re: transfer photos from pc to memory stick
u need a card reader installed in the pc/laptop then u can easily insert ur stick if its supported and it will show up in removable device my computer list of devices
workable way if u dont have card reader
other way if u have usb cable with ur pda then simply connect it to ur pc on usb port and in the menu select mass storage mode from pda i dont know which pda u are using u dont need any drivers for that its just plug and play in Win XP and Vista it will also come up like rem drive in my computer
if u want any thing else or u can tell me the exact model of ur pda to get more specific help
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You can follow this steps for your concern: Via Memory Card 1. Remove the memory card slot cover, located on the right side of the unit. 2. Insert a microSD memory card into the memory card slot until it locks in place 2. On the SGH-i607, navigate to the folder that contains the image 3. Highlight the desired image 4. Press the right soft key for Menu 5. Select Edit (4) 6. Select Copy (2) 7. Navigate to the Storage Card using the up or down navigation keys. 8. Press the left soft key for Select.to copy the image to the memory card Via Bluetooth On the SGH-i607 1. While in standby mode, turn Bluetooth on 2. Switch the Bluetooth visibility to On On the PC 1. Connect the Bluetooth adaptor to the PC?s USB port 2. Search for Bluetooth devices 3. Select the device to pair with the PC 4. Exchange PIN code(s) on both the PC & handset to pair devices (default pass code is ?0000?) 5. Using My Bluetooth Places, select File Transfer or OBEX to view the phone?s contents 6. Copy the desired Photo file 7. Paste the file in a PC destination
Have you tried connecting the phone to your PC with a USB cable. Once that is done the contents of the phone's flash memory should show up in Windows Explorer or My Computer. From there you should be able to see a pictures folder or something similar with all your pictures. You will them be able to see your friend's picture and copy it to a location on your PC. Once this is done then you will be able to do whatever you wish to it including printing it.
They may not be in the right folder. Put your memory card in your computer and find it on my computer. there should be a file for music and one for photos. Put them in the photo file and try again. They are on your card, you just have trouble finding them.
The only way to clear up phone memory is to connect it to your computer using USB cable that came with your phone. Back up all photos there and save it to your computer. After saving all your photos to your computer, you can simply delete all your photos from your phone memory. Next thing that you need to do is go to phone settings and make sure all captured photos/videos will be saved to your memory card and not on phone memory.
Have you formatted memory card in phone before you started storing data on it? By formatting the memory card it will set up folders which the phone will look at to determine different types of data, i.e. photo folder holds photos, video folder holds mp4 &3gp, and music folder holds mp3 etc.
Then when your memory card is connected to your pc drag and drop data into correct folders and then phone should be able to recognise the different types of data. Hope that helps?
Only other thing I can think is that your memory card is too large to be recognised by your phone? It will only support upto and including 2gb Micro SD cards.
Fixed it. All I needed to do was update the software drivers on my laptop. I have a sony vaio, so I looked up the software drivers they had online and downloaded them. After I installed them it worked flawlessly.