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Not sending pictures to my computer.

USB cable checked out with another identical phone and OK.

Message that my phone is not connected.

My friend got the pictures from my phone to his computer using Bluetooth.Dongal?

Any help please as this old fella (73) has a job keeping up with all you younger folk.John.

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What you should do is either BT it to your pc or clean the contacts on your charging port.

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