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Does your Smart phone comes out with a usb cord? Connect your smart phone to the computer using the usb cord. In my computer locate the removable disc that represents your laptop. Open the files that you are going to upload to your pc and save it in my picture.
You need the software so that your phone and your windows xp can talk to each other. The Motorola v360 (GPRS networks) needs version 4.00 of "Motorola Phone Tools" available from Avanquest software. Go to their home page, http://www.avanquest.com and in the search box type Motorola Phone Tools, then click the link for the product, and it will prompt you for your phone model, and tell you that you need version 4.00. It's a very handy and useful package which I've used for my motorola phone, and in my opinion, well worth having to get the most out of your phone. If you don't want to buy the program, another way to get your pictures onto your computer is to e-mail them to yourself, if your phone is activated for the internet, and download them onto your computer that way. There are lots of good free photo editing programs on the web as well. I hope this inf helps!
a software needs to be loaded on your pc to connect your phone to pc . you can download the software from the service provider or from your device manufactures website for your particular model.
install the downloaded software and then connect your phone to the pc .you will be able to upload pics from phone to pc.
you can download the software from some of the available following links ...
if you are using WINDOWS XP then you can transfer photos to PC easily with out any software... you can go to the windows movie maker and try ... your digital camera will be automatically detected in windows XP i think...
I don't think XP pro vs XP home would make a difference here. Did your camera come with a driver disk? You might need to install some software for your computer to recognize the camera.
Another easier way is to just get a card reader. I picked one up for about 15 bucks and it reads every kind of card imaginable. I use Google's Picasa software (www.picasa.com) on Windows, it recognizes when a memory card has been plugged in and goes right to the screen where you can start importing your pics.