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Re: I will like to view my pictures without opening them
View them it what sense? The best you will get is have the folders in thumbnail view. Also you could get something like Google Picasa and it will send your folders and load all your images. That will be about as good as you can get.
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If you have a usb cable to connect your phone to your computer, try that. The computer should recognize a device being plugged in (make sure your phone screen is unlocked). You should get a popup notification saying that a device has been detected, and it will ask you if you want to sync, open the device folders, etc. Choose to open the folders. If you don't get a popup on your PC, navigate to "My Computer" so you can see all the attached storage devices. One of them should be your phone, indicated by its brand and model number. Double click that icon to open your phone's folders on your computer. Look for one labeled "DCIM". Your pictures should be there, possibly inside a few subfolders. If it's hard to tell which pictures are which, with the cursor in any white space, right click and mouse over the word "view" in the menu, from there, to the right you can choose large or extra large icons. Wait for your computer to change the view of all your pictures and/or folders to a larger icon format so you can see what they are.
If it's an android then open the gallery icon assuming your camera is set up to store your pictures there. If not then open the camera and touch the small icon with a picture on it to open the pictures in the cameras memory
Check to see whether you are saving them to an unusual location on the CF card. If you are finding the image files from the card but just cannot open them, you may have taken the pictures as "raw" format images. If they are in "raw" format, you may need special software to open them on the computer.
Every folder on your C: drive that contains any picture will contain a file named 'thumbs.db'.
So, close Picasas.
Open "My Pictures", and then open the folder that contains the picture.
Click "Folder Options".
Change the setting to "view hidden files".
Delete that 'thumbs.db' file.
Change the setting to "hide hidden files".
Picasa will rebuild that 'thumbs.db' file.
This is how I did it. I am using Windows Vista so it maybe different for other OSs.
Find and select the picture(s) on your pc, copy them using CTRL-c.
Plugin your g1, and if you have installed the drivers, you need to goto your g1 and hold the USB icon on the top of the screen for a couple seconds. It should expand downwards, then pull it down. open the USB connected by toucing it. Touch the "Mount" button on the screen.
Autoplay dialog box should open on your pc, select "open folder to view files". open "dcim" folder. Paste the pictures in that folder.
NOTE: You will not be able to access the sdcard from the g1 until you unplug the USB after you're done.
Once all the pictures are uploaded into the sdcard, goto "My Computer" on your pc, rightclick the sdcard drive(it should be named like "Removable Drive" or something, and select "eject".
Now remove the USB cable, Select "Pictures" icon in you apps, if needed select "dcim" folder, and touch the pictures.
Siimilar can be done with music, just changing the instruction to "My Music" on your pc and also opening "Music" icon on your g1.
For you to view pictures located on a CD, you will place the disc in your CD-Rom drive of your computer. If you are running Windows XP, it should pop up a window that asks what would you like to do with this disc. At the bottom of this window it should offer you an option to either view files or if it recognizes that you only have pictures on the disc, it may offer you the chance to open your picture viewer from there. If the window doesn't pop up then you will need to double click on "My Computer" icon on your desktop, in the my computer window, double click on the "Drive" that corresponds with your CD-Rom drive, probably going to be "D" drive. This should open the contents of the disc. By double clicking on one of the pictures it should open your default picture viewer for you to view them.