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Here's how you download the pictures if your cell phone provider has disabled USB Mass Storage Mode.
With Windows XP, connect the phone to your computer using a USB cable, then in the phone open the menu, go to Tools, USB Mode, and select "Print" - wait a while, then your computer should detect the phone and ask you if you want to use scanner and camera wizard. You may not be able to preview the pictures with the wizard, but you will be able to download them.
You should be able to pop out the mini sans disk that they are stored on within the phone; look for the opening on the side of the phone.
In the box came an adapter to allow the mini disk to be read by a stardard SDHC card. I was able to put this card into my camera and then download the pictures to my laptop.
Is there enough memory left on the phone to store pictures? Most phones have a pretty small memory availability without a memory card. If this is not the case, check the options when you turn on the camera function. There may be a setting in there that needs toggled.