Downloading pics from LG Chocolate 3 to my home computer
I need to download pics from my LG Chocolate 3 to my desktop PC. I have the USB cable hooked up to my PC & cell correctly and my cell set to sync data, but nothing happens. Do I need to download software or a driver? I need to get these pics off of my phone memory...they're taking up too much space. Help!
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I can help you with the computer problem. I assume that you're using USB cable to connect your phone to your computer, so you need a driver.
Download it here:
After you download it, install it, and then try to plug in the phone to the computer by the USB cable.
If you need further help, chat live with me or something.
The USB port on the camera is to download still pics from the Camera's SD Card to your computer. USB connector is not for video downloading.
For video downloading you have to use FireWire port. Your computer must have a FireWire port too. You will need some sort of video downloading software - like Microsoft's MovieMaker. There are some free software to download videos from mini dv camcorders to computer. It takes 1Hr to download 1Hr tape - you have to play it all to record it all.
3yrs ago when I purchased this cam, I did not have FireWire port in my computer. I searched online a lot and found a way to download video using USB - it was tough, complicated. It was possible, but quality was too bad and too many dropped frames.
If you do not have firewire port, google for FireWire PCI Card, should be <$10. You have to install it inside your PC. Also search for FireWire cable ($10+/-) that will match BOTH camera and PC ports.
you can buy a bluetooth adapter and make the transfer much easier or load the software that came with the mobile to the computer then use the usb cable to transfer the music...or you can make sure that the phone takes .mp3 format or wmv or wma audio files.