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Why is my phone continually re-booting is it a software problem?photos not synced to computer either (even though instructed to do so)

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You did not mention what type/ brand phone you have

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SOURCE: Need to transfer photos from Samsung Sync phone to PC with Windows Professional

i have samsung model E600 cellular phone need to transfer photos to pc , have a usb connection, but cannot transfer photo to pc my computer recognize it as unknown

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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i also got the same problem for 4 times already. for the 1st time, i went to the store that i bought the phone and he said my phone got a virus so he fix it and i had paid 50dollar. but when i got the same problem for the 2nd and 3rd time i just took out my sim card and put another simcard and just wait a minute then i will put back my simcard and it works. i dont know how it happens but it works. =D . When the same problem happen again for the 4th time it doesn't work anymore even though i tried for more than 10 times. so i try surf in the internet on how to reformat N73. then i found this way :

1- type *#7370#
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Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Need to transfer photos from Samsung Sync phone to PC with Windows Professional

check Bit Pim at, I have the same cell phone but I don't have the usb cable.
Good luck.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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SOURCE: LG VU CU920 Sync Software

You don't need software to transfer files. Here is what you need to do.

Go into your phone settings.

Click on Connection

Select USB Connection Mode

Select Mass Storage (You MUST have a 1g memory card or larger in the phone)

Connect the USB to your phone and your PC

Viola! your pc should recognize it as a mass storage device. Put files where you want them etc.

Good luck.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to transfer photos from Samsung Sync phone to PC with Windows Professional

must use PC studio 3 from samsung.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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How to sync phone to my computer for my photos .

The most common way to transfer photos between Android phone and computer is to copy and paste the files. This method can be completed with one USB cable easily. You just need to establish a connection between your Android phone and computer and once the computer detect your phone, you will be able to move the files from/to computer without any hassle.
The methods mentioned above are doubtlessly able to transfer photos between Android phone and computer but you can perform the moving process more effortlessly- make use of a professional assistant software. And here I want to recommend this one for all you Android users: MobiKin Assistant for Android (Windows & Mac).
Step 1. First of all, connect your Android phone to your PC via USB cable and then run the program. If you have installed the USB driver before, the software can recognize your phone quickly. If you didn't finish this, you may have to follow the steps to install the USB driver first before you move on.

Step 2. Click the category Photo on top of the window and you will see the brief information on the left panel. Then click Phone Gallery to preview the photos stored on your Android phone. Tick what you want to transfer and hit Export to copy these photos to your computer. Besides, you can also drag some photos from your PC to your Android photo by clicking Import.
Now you have successfully managed to transfer photos between your LG cell phone and computer.
For more info visit:
How to Transfer Photos Between Android Phone and Computer

Apr 21, 2018 | LG Cell Phones

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It is asking wrong passcode try again

Unfortunately, if you've forgotten your passcode, the only thing you can do is wipe the phone and restore it to factory settings (instructions below). Once that's done, you will be able to go through set up as if it was a brand new phone, but your apps/photos/contacts etc will be gon.
iPhone Factory Reset Instructions

  • If you haven't already, download and install iTunes on your computer. You can get it here.
  • Turn the phone off by pressing and holding the power button until you see "Slide to power off". Slide to turn the phone off.
  • Launch iTunes on your computer, and plug the USB end of your iPhone sync cable into a USB port on your computer.
  • Make sure your iPhone is turned off, and then press and hold the home button.
  • Continue holding the home button while you connect the other end of your sync cable to your iPhone.
  • After 10 seconds or so, you should get a message in iTunes that it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to wipe and reset your iPhone.

Oct 19, 2012 | Apple iPhone 3G

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I don't remember my iPhone restrictions

To restart your iphone press the "home button" and the "power button" at the same time and hold it until the image pops out ( it will be like a pic of this white wire you use to synchronize your ipod and it will tell you to CONNECT WITH ITUNES) .Then the itunes will find your fimeware and download it on you computer. Then fallow the instructions provided by itune Losing the data from your iPhone can happen for lots of reasons, including: Repairs that require you to erase all data on phone You may have erased the data (by accident or on purpose) File corruption.And while losing your iPhone's data is never a pleasant experience, restoring iPhone data from a backup is a fairly simple task that can have you up and running again in no time.Each time your sync your iPhone, the data, settings, and other information on the phone are automatically backed up on your computer. If you encounter a situation in which you need to restore, though, all you need to do is download this back up to your phone and you'll be off and running again.To begin to restore your iPhone data from the backup, connect your iPhone to the computer that you normally sync it to that contains the backup file (in most cases, this will be your normal computer. If you're syncing to more than one machine, you should have backups on both computers. Just choose the computer with the backup you prefer).In the center of the iPhone management screen, you'll see a "Restore" button. Click that.When you do this, iTunes will show you a few introductory screens. After them, you'll need to agree to the standard iPhone software license. Do so and click Continue.Now you'll be prompted to enter your iTunes account information. This is the same account that you set up either when you The easier way to do this is to restart your iphone but you will lose all your apps and other stuff. The phone will look just like the first time you bought it, there will be nothing on it. (but then you can add the stuff again) Then the itunes will find your fimeware and download it on you computer. Then fallow the instructions provided by itunes. buying things from the iTunes Store or when you activated your iPhone originally. No need to set up a new account.You'll also be asked to register your phone - fill out the required information to do so. After that, iTunes will offer you a free trial of Apple's Mobile Me service. Take it up on that offer or skip it, your choice - and continue.hoose Backup to Restore iPhone From Next, iTunes will display the list of iPhone backups that you can restore your iPhone from (in most cases, this will be only one backup, but in certain circumstances there will be more). Choose the back up you want to restore from based on its being the most recent one or the only one - and continue.Begin Restore Process Once the proper backup file is selected, iTunes will begin the restore process. The process is fairly quick because it only transfers data and settings, not all your music.After the restore process is complete, double check the settings on both your phone and in iTunes for what gets synced to your phone. While the restore process is good, it often leaves out some settings, including some music sync settings like podcasts, email sync settings, and other items.Choose Whether to Share Diagnostic Info After the initial iPhone restore is complete, but before your music is synced to the phone, iTunes will ask you whether you want to share diagnostic information with Apple. This is strictly voluntary, though the information will help Apple improve its products in future versions (those concerned with privacy may want to decline this option, as it involves sharing data with Apple about how the iPhone is used) Make your choice and continue.Sync Music and Check Settings After all other items are synced to the phone, music syncs to your iPhone based on the settings of the backup you're using. Depending on how many songs you're syncing, this could just take a few minutes or could take an hour or more. When music is done syncing, you'll be ready to go! Remember to check your settings to make sure the phone is configured the way you like it, but your phone will be ready to use just the way it was before its data was erased.

Oct 29, 2011 | iPhone Apps

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I deleted some photos awhile ago from my iphone and some text messages, about 3 months ago. Can I get them back from my iphone directly or can I get then back from the backup? Or are they lost forever?

Well, though iPhone use quite different storage mechanism, still you CAN recover deleted or lost data (such as text messages, contacts, photos etc) with a specific iPhone data recovery program ->

Hope this helps, regards!

Jan 16, 2010 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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How do you remove synced photos from the iphone?

You can do this in iTunes - with the iPhone connected select the 'photos' tab and deselect the folder containing the photos, then hit Sync to remove them.
Alternatively, just move the photos to a different location on your hard drive (out of any folder that is set to sync to iPhone), then connect to iTunes and hit sync.
Hope that helps!

Oct 30, 2009 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Monitor won't "sync"

Analysis procedure on this one is straightforward, though equipment intensive.
1) Put a different display on the Mac and see if it works better.
2) Put a different computer on the display and see if it works better.
Until you do this, we don't even know what component is at fault. Once we do, you can proceed from there.

Aug 18, 2009 | Apple eMac G4 Desktop

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I cant transfer music or anything from my pc to my phone

Install the provided LG Dare software on your computer.
Using your USB cord, connect the phone to the computer.
Open windows Media Player.
Media Player should see your phone.
In the sync screen, drag music from your library to the sync column and then select sync.
This will copy the selected music to your phone.

Photos are easiest with a micro SD card, otherwise, you need software like BitPim.
Transfer photos to and from the micro SD card and the insert in your phone.

Aug 04, 2009 | LG Dare VX9700 Cell Phone

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Trying to synch with new computer

which operating system are you using?

Jun 26, 2008 | HTC PPC-6800 Smartphone

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Transferring data from phone to computer

Hi are the photos on a external memory card. If so use a card reader and transfer the photos to the computer that way. I do this all of the time with mine. Good luck,

May 17, 2008 | Motorola Mobility V500 Cellular Phone

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