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Picture transfer I'm not able to transfer pictures and am not that computer literate

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  • col24 Mar 16, 2008

    i have a limited Edition Gold D & G motorola v3i mobile phone, with no memory card in it. However i am trying to transfer my photos from my mobile to my p.c & cant. As well i dont have the software for it & trying to down load software for this particular mobile phone & cant seem to find it. Can you help me Collette!

  • saspatch Sep 27, 2008

    I have a Motorola V3c and would like to transfer pics from it to my Pc Help

  • amgis May 11, 2010

    hi confused123,

    you don't need to be the most computer literate just to transfer pictures from your mobile to your PC or vice-versa..all you just need are: your USB cable and your V3i.

    There are a lot of ways of transferring data but this one i am going to tell is the most easiest way.

    From PC to Mobile Memory Card Only (Vice-Versa)
    Using USB Cable
    1. On your V3i, go to:
    -> Settings
    -> Connection
    -> USB Settings
    -> Default Connection
    -> select Memory Card(if you have one)
    2. Connect your mobile to your PC. Your PC should detect your mobile memory card. If Pop-up window appears asking for some actions you should take, you may cancel it or select the "Open Folder" list from the list box.
    3. If no pop-up window appears, Open your Windows Explorer or the My Computer at your Desktop.
    4. You must see your mobile memory card now from the list of icons. It will look something like a drive letter "E" or "F". If you have a single hard drive with no partitions, single CD or DVD drive, your hard drive is your letter "C", your CD or "DVD" is your letter "D" and your mobile memory card will be your letter "E".(weew! This is the reason why I don't take a teaching career).
    5. Open that drive and you will see one folder inside named "Picture". Open it.
    6. Inside that folder you should see your pictures from your mobile memory card. (Unless it is not empty)
    7. Your pictures is now ready for transfer.

    Transferring files is easy as copy/cut-and-paste. You can transfer pictures from PC to your mobile as easy as that and vice-versa.

    If this solution is inappropriate, please notify me and i'll try to make a revision of my "lesson-plans"!

    I hope this would help!

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I tried, but did not work after i went to setting and then to connection it appears bluetooth and sync not the usb setting. thanks

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Hi confused123,

you don't need to be the most computer literate just to transfer pictures from your mobile to your PC or vice-versa..all you just need are: your USB cable and your V3i.

There are a lot of ways of transferring data but this one i am going to tell is the most easiest way.

From PC to Mobile Memory Card Only (Vice-Versa)
Using USB Cable
1. On your V3i, go to:
-> Settings
-> Connection
-> USB Settings
-> Default Connection
-> select Memory Card(if you have one)
2. Connect your mobile to your PC. Your PC should detect your mobile memory card. If Pop-up window appears asking for some actions you should take, you may cancel it or select the "Open Folder" list from the list box.
3. If no pop-up window appears, Open your Windows Explorer or the My Computer at your Desktop.
4. You must see your mobile memory card now from the list of icons. It will look something like a drive letter "E" or "F". If you have a single hard drive with no partitions, single CD or DVD drive, your hard drive is your letter "C", your CD or "DVD" is your letter "D" and your mobile memory card will be your letter "E".(weew! This is the reason why I don't take a teaching career).
5. Open that drive and you will see one folder inside named "Picture". Open it.
6. Inside that folder you should see your pictures from your mobile memory card. (Unless it is empty)
7. Your pictures is now ready for transfer.

Transferring files is easy as copy/cut-and-paste. You can transfer pictures from PC to your mobile as easy as that and vice-versa.

If this solution is inappropriate, please notify me and i'll try to make a revision of my "lesson-plans"!

I hope this would help!

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

  • amgis Mar 13, 2008

    One more thing confused, you must "Safely Remove" your Mobile device before disconnecting it from your PC. It might destroy your MMC if you missed it. You can find it in your Windows System Tray in the lower right corner of your monitor with the green arrow pointing downward. Just click on it and follow the instructions.

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