Download my cell photos to my PC have a cacle internet
I have tried using email, which costs and I cannot afford, I have tried my picture address , didnot work, tried question after questions and have gotten NO response, I did it once and I can not seem to find that way again, I am sdo frustrated I could just scream...please help me before I really go crazy
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If your laptop and phone have a bluetooth connection, connect them via bluetooh with PC suite or PC studio which can recognize your phone and send photos by exploring your phone.
Otherwise try cable connection. If both said are not possible, send photos to your email via mobile internet and download them from your email by accessing from your PC.
You have several options to choose from. I'm assuming you're using a Windows PC since you did not specifiy.
A. Use your phone to email pictures to your computer B. Use Bluetooth to wirelessly transfer pictures to your computer C. Use a direct cable connection to transfer the pictures to your computer D. Transfer to your photo album online* (Check with provider) E. Use Facebook or MySpace to transfer images
Create a new phonebook contact to hold the email address
Options | Create New Contact | On Phone
First Name = Your Email Address
Fill in the email address field too
Create a new message, insert image into message
Send to the new contact you created
Turn on Bluetooth on your phone
Under Settings, Look for Bluetooth Link
Turn Power Setting: ON
Your desktop/laptop must also have Bluetooth
Look in Control Panel for an icon, change settings there
Make it say visible
If your computer doesn't have Bluetooth you can buy a USB Bluetooth
On your cell, after you've setup Bluetooth, go to the picture
Choose Send By Bluetooth
On your cell, go to Settings
Make sure the USB Link is DATA Connection
Open Windows Explorer to see if phone is displayed under My Computer
Go to your service providers Website
Check to see if they provide you with a photo album online
Check to see what the procedure for transferring photos
For example, I use T-Mobile and have setup my photo album so I can transfer pictures to a three digit number
1. use the phone manager software that should have come with the phone, but you have to open the message and save the picture to your phone, then using the phone manager, click on the Picture Menu on the phone and click on the photo to highlight it then click the "to computer" button.
2. Send the photo to your email address (depending on if your network supports it), Im on O2 and it work for me. send the photo in a message as you would to another phone but instead of typing in a phone number, type in your email address. its worth a try, it will either work or not.
3. Send the photo to a friends phone who can connect there phone to a computer and download it onto a memory stick then plug memory stick into your computer.
Are you trying to get photos off you're phone and onto your pc? if you are, that the simplest way is to create a picture text message and sent it to your email. Simply typing your email address where the recipient's phone number would go should work with most cell services.
If your phones email service is activated, you can send those pictures as attachments to your active email address and by using the internet,open your email address...look for the attachments you sent and download it to your computer. But if you don't have an internet connection in your PC, there's still a way to do the transfer...you can do it with the help of a Data cable that is compatible to your motorola phone... And if want wireless transfer is more comfortable for you, still there's a way by using the Bluetooth service of your phone with the help of USB Bluetooth Adapter attach to your computer...or even your phone's Infrared service, also with the help of USB Infrared Adapter...Now you can transfer those photos and you can increase your phones memory for future pictures that you are going to take. good luck WEEDY1103... I hope I've provided you the right solution and solved your problem...if I did, a rate from you will be much appreciated, thank you!
ok if u cant able to send pic via e-mail then u can upload it on any wap upload site and then latter it can be downloaded through ur pc with internet. if u have bluetooth in ur cell then also u can send ur pics to ur pc via bluetooth but for that u need bluetooth hardware installed in ur pc.