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How do I upload photos that I downloaded from my Motorola cellphone onto this desktop in C drive in my Jascs Workshop Photo Program.The pictures were downloaded May 31st 2010.

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Connect your phone to your laptop or system via usb, wait a while for you laptop to configure the phone and detect the phone, go to my computer and open, you will see a drive or an icon representing your phone.

Right click on the drive representing your phone and click open.

Go to the folder that the pictures are been stored on your phone and open. Right click an select copy. after you have copied the pictures.

Go to your laptop desktop and right click on my computer, go to drive c and right click to open, after it as open, right click in the c drive to create a folder that you will store nd save the pictures, after creating the folder, open the folder and paste the copied pictures from your phone on the folder and save.

Safely eject your phone from the system. your picture is now save to your c drive.

Take care.


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