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Try connecting the cable to the Coolpix and then turn on the camera before plugging the USB cable into the computer. Another way to transfer photos to the computer. Remove the memory card from the Coolpix and insert the memory card into a USB memory card reader then connect it to the USB port on the computer. The computer will see this as an external storage device, you can then open the folder/s and copy the photos from the memory card to the computer.
The 2nd link is the manual in .pdf form, and there should be a usb cable that came with your camera and if you lost the cd-rom then you can download drivers for free from the olympus support site (1st link).
In order to transfer the pictures to the computer you have to turn the switch on to get the computer to detect it, Do you have your manual? if not reply back and I can send you directions. The other thing is you may have not taken any pictures if you did not have it set up right.
I am sure the razr 2 accepts some type of memory card. You can transfer the pics from phone memory to the card memory and then remove the card and by using an approprite adapter and card reader you can connect it to your PC and transfer the photos. If you are unable to this then you can tranfer the pics using bluetooth dongle.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Picasa.
i have seen a couple of coolpix cameras that no longer work with the USB link ... i though that maybe the "picture project" software had to be loaded first .. but in my case that didnt help .. nor did a new USB cable .. now i am thinking that the USB port is easily damaged (probably from static discharge) ... i got things at least workable by getting a "USB to SD card adapter" .. i just plug in the SD card to get the images .. the single card adapter is small, low cost and works with the laptop nicely (portable) .. that works out good for me since i can be editing a card with some pictures while someone else is still taking pictures with a second card .. ..then we swap .. the adapter is a little easier to carry around than the USB cable as far a portability is concerned .. and that extends the useful life of the camera without the expense of repairs ..
Do you have a memeory card reader? They work a lot faster than cable transfer. Get one if you don't, for about $10 or so, or borrow one to test your card. Then see if your memory card (the "disk") displays your pictures onto the computer through the card reader. If it does, your friend might have physically damaged the USB cable connector on the camera or the card socket inside the battery compartment (or, of course, you might have done so yourself somehow). As long as you have the card reader you'll still be able to transfer images.
If the pictures don't show up on the card reader, it's more likely the card itself was damaged, though you say you tried another card. If you've already downloaded the pictures, try reformatting the card (which will erase everything) and then give it another shot.