I have a LG CU400 and I can't get the videos and photos imported into my computer with vista. Need to get them into my comuter A.S.A.P. (very important photos,I think I need to download a program for my LG CU400)
I have the LG voyager phone and I am having trouble getting the photos and video from the phone to my computer. No software found for photo transfer. I have music software and can transfer music V cast, but no transfer of photos or video. when I hard wire my phone to computer for transfer of photos, my computer shows no files and my storage card in phone shows empty on my computer.. I can see a lot of photos on card when veiwing on phone..How do i get my photos and videos off the phone to the my computer, the pix and videos are stacking up on storage card..?
Can anyone help??
You need to go to your menu bar
go over to settings and tools
go down to memory click on phone memory
down to my pictures
and click done
and they should all move to your memory card.
hope it helps!!
((same for Videos))
Found out how. From the manual (but only found this after searching the online manual):
Using the Internal Keypad
1. Open the flip and press the OK
2. Press the Navigation Key to
scroll to the Settings & Tools
menu and press the OK Key .
3. Press Tools.
4. Press USB Mass Storage.
USB Mass Storage will allow you to see what's on the phone. Unfortunately it still won't let me see my pictures, but I think I have a fault in my phone as it won't let me do anything with my pictures and won't let me take a picture to my memory card, but has no problem downloading music to the card. Card still has plenty of memory.
I have a Voyager and my provider is Verizon. In my case, I:
Go to the photo in my cell phone's My Pictures
Select the photo
Select Send Select To Online Album
The pictures are stored at www.vzwpix.com...you may have to set up an account there first, but it is very simple and FREE.
I have an lg shine and am able to get my videos moved onto a card and then into the computer. but the comp says the player is unable to support the file, or unable to support the codec that compressed the file. What do i do ? Thanks foa any help.
Well, I think Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager works very well, I often use it transfer my LG phone photos to computer. By the way, you can also use it transfer other kind of files, like contacts, photos and so on. Read this guide to know how to use it: Vibosoft Promotion 2014 30 OFF for ALL Products
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1. You can use Windows Explorer:
Step 1. Connect your Phone to computer and wait the popup appears.
Step 2. Click on "View Content" option.
Step 3. Find and select the pictures you need through listed folders.
2. If you own an iPhone
You can use Photos app(Mac&PC) to copy camera roll pictures to computer. It can help you copy all new pictures to computer.
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If you have a Windows computer you can connect the device via USB to the computer and go to (My Computer/ Win. XP) or ( Computer/ Win. Vista/7) you should see the device there. From my computer right click on the device and Import pictures and videos. On a Mac, use image capture or iPhoto to import pictures from the device.
First thing to note is that the deleted data on the phone will remain there until something new is saved and overwrites it. This might not happen immediately but eventually, after continued use, it will. Either connect the phone straight to a PC using a USB cable (if supplied with the phone) or take the card out and put it in a card reader attached to the PC. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer.
Then try some photo recovery software on the PC. This should recognise the phone or card and then you can scan it using the free download of some good photo recovery software. That will show you what files still exist on the phone or card and what can be recovered. http://www.asoftech.com/apr/
It's probably because Picasa 3 is not your default import program for photos. You can fix this by:
In Windows XP, your default import setting must be adjusted on a device by device basis: * Connect the import device (your camera or card reader) to your computer. * Double-click My Computer on your computer desktop. * Right-click the listing of your import device. * Select Properties. * Click the Autoplay tab. * Select 'Pictures' from the content drop-down menu. * Choose from two possible actions: * Select an action to perform: Select an application to handle import by default each time photos are detected on the specific piece of hardware. * Prompt me each time to choose an action: Choose an import application each time you attach your hardware. * Click Apply. * Click OK.
Windows Vista allows you to set a global import preference for all photo or videos files. * Click Start > Control Panel. * Select Autoplay. * Under 'Picture' or 'Video,' select your default import program. * Click Save.
Find a computer with Bluetooth and you can send files using bluetooth free of charge Use the Object Exchange profile of the bluetooth and life should be golden Hope this helps Let me know if any questions Enjoy....