Question about Cell Phones
By default, all of the pictures you take with the camera on the phone get saved to the microSD card inserted in the slot. There are two ways you can get the photos (and other data) off the card.
1. Using the USB cable that came with the phone, plug it in your computer. Then, tap the main menu, go to settings (the last tab) and then click 'USB Mode'. There, click USB Mass Storage, and your microSD card will be read by your computer.
2. Remove the microSD card (taking off the back panel and pushing down on the microSD card gently; the card will spring out). Insert the card in a card reader and voila. :)
You can then transfer photos to and from your phone (well... actually memory card :P)
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Friend if you are using XP it is auto detect.you can browse it immediately.then if not install you mobile driver.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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you might need to install a mobile phone suite which is a program that will let you install a mobile phone to a computer this will have to be specific to your phone there are a number of phone suites nokia Samsung sony ericson to name a few here is a phone suite link hope this helps
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