Question about Cell Phones
Plug your phone into a USB cable connected to your computer. There may be a setting required on your phone to allow file transfers - it may pop a dialog box asking to make files available.
THEN from your computer open the File Explorer and you'll see your phone as a drive. Look for a folder named DCIM, then click down through folders in there until you find your pictures. You can COPY the pictures you want and then PASTE them to My Pictures on your computer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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