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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Re: SGH-E530 problem retrieving photos via bluetooth and...
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
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
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depending on the phone it may not be possible. here are some ways you might be able to get your photos though.
1. see if your phone has a mini usb port so you could connect it to your computer 2. if your phone has a memory card (such as micro SD, etc.) then make sure the photo is on there and transfer it to your computer via the card 3. use bluetooth between your phone and comuter (bluetooth dongle needed) to transfer photos 4. upload your photo to a social network via your phone, and use your computer to retrieve it form there
You can not transfer the photos via sim card, the photos are stored on the phones memory or a memory card if your old phone have it. These are ways to transfer photos, Via bluetooth Via USB Data transfer to PC Via Infrared Via memory card
You can follow this steps for your concern: Via Memory Card 1. Remove the memory card slot cover, located on the right side of the unit. 2. Insert a microSD memory card into the memory card slot until it locks in place 2. On the SGH-i607, navigate to the folder that contains the image 3. Highlight the desired image 4. Press the right soft key for Menu 5. Select Edit (4) 6. Select Copy (2) 7. Navigate to the Storage Card using the up or down navigation keys. 8. Press the left soft key for Select.to copy the image to the memory card Via Bluetooth On the SGH-i607 1. While in standby mode, turn Bluetooth on 2. Switch the Bluetooth visibility to On On the PC 1. Connect the Bluetooth adaptor to the PC?s USB port 2. Search for Bluetooth devices 3. Select the device to pair with the PC 4. Exchange PIN code(s) on both the PC & handset to pair devices (default pass code is ?0000?) 5. Using My Bluetooth Places, select File Transfer or OBEX to view the phone?s contents 6. Copy the desired Photo file 7. Paste the file in a PC destination
you can receive photos via bluetooth or by USB via a computer.for bluetooth you need to switch it on and make your device discoverable by other bluetooth devices from which the photo has to be sent.be sure to switch off bluetooth once its done or you may get a virus!
the other way is to transfer via usb connection from a computer.samsung would have given you some software for synchonising with your mobile phone.
hope it helps!
all the best!
You will need a sim card in the samsung before it will work, the nokia E65 doesnt need a sim for the phone to work so move your sim into the samsung & it should transfer them over for you via bluetooth.
Does your phone have bluetooth? If you you can print photos at a lot of different kodak photo kiosks. Check out kodaks website for info.
If your computer or printer has bluetooth you should be able to transfer files that way as well.
You can also connect the phone via USB to the computer. It shoudl act as a removeable drive. You can drag and drop the pictures from the phone and print them out normally.
any message that might have POP up from your computer everytime you plug in your USB!
simply connecting cellphone directly to a computer through USB most of the time fails because the computer doesn't have the drivers/software for your cellphone. get the softwares and install them first to your computer before conncting them to your PC.