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SGH-E530 problem retrieving photos via bluetooth and USB

I have about 370 photos on my E530, I've just upgraded my phone and want to transfer the photos anywhere off the phone!! Have tried MMS and bluetooth but the phone just keeps 'crashing' when I try to transfer any info. I've tried the USB cable but when I plug into the computer nothing happens. Am I being stupid!! Phone connections are fine as I can charge the phone ok and the USB on the computer is fine with every other cable I use. Please help.

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Hi Jane, I just imagine: 370 photos, some more sounds than the 64 poliphonic sounds, and music reader by default...no more memory from those 92Mb. That's why there is no more memory to comunicate. All you need is SGH-E530 problem retrieving photos via bluetooth a - 23015.jpg space.gif SAMSUNG E530 SGH-E530 PCB160LBEG/STD PC Link Cable

Connect your phone to your PC or Laptop, to transfer files to and from your phone

wich you can find in any phone store.

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