Question about Cameras
Every time i try to connect any of the above to my tablet nothing seems to happen? i have transfered succesfully on my other gemini tablet it was recognised by the phone laptop and camera but this all winner doesnt seem to do anything when connected up, the instruction book is very poor doesnt mention the sockets at the side or transfering anything on to tablet via usb so help needed please
On every device, PC, laptop, tablet or phone you need a program to transfer files to and from. The device has to recognise the device that is connected. It also needs instructions what to do.
On the PC, you also need a driver for the connected hardware, And if you want to move files (Pictures are files too) you need a transfer program. Most camera's do have a CD, with the needed software for Windows and Mac. Phones and Tablets need an App. Most transfer and phone view apps are free. And yes there are also apps you can buy, but even for Apple you can get photo (transfer and view) apps for free.
If you have an Android, goto the Google store and search for a free photo app and install it. (Snapseed is great and free)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found this on another site. You have to set the camera itself to Mass Storage mode in order to work with Windows 2000. The steps are below. As soon as I did and plugged the camera back into the USB cable, Picture Project recognized the camera as connected, installed the mass storage driver for it and requested a restart of the PC. Able to access the memory card and download pictures.
On the camera itself, unplug the USB, turn it on and...
Press ▲▼to choose SETUP...press OK...
Press ▲▼to choose INTERFACE...press OK...
Press ▲▼ to choose USB...press OK...
Press ▲▼to choose MASS STORAGE...press Ok..
Press MENU to exit...
Then plug it back into the USB cable.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
My kodak easyshare camera will not transfer my photos to the computer. Everything is plugged in and the camera is blinking but nothing is happening. Please help. I checked the connections, they are fine.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Make sure camera is off. After you plug your camera into your computer turn camera on. This should open the program for you. If not, right click on START button, go to EXPLORE, find your camera in the list. right click on camera, go to OPEN WITH. Select the program you want to use and VIOLA, you're in.
Hope this info was helpful to you. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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First you need to authorize your PC with your iTunes account with iTunes if you haven't already done so. With your iPhone connected to iTunes and without syncing, at the iTunes menu bar go to File and select Transfer Purchases From - the name of your iPhone.<br>
Besides what mentioned above, I like to share you a article about transferring files from iPhone to computer, which included transferring iPhone photos and videos to computer/iTunes.<br>
Hopefully this works for all of you like it just worked for me!
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