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How do I download the program that enables me to download the photographs on my mobile?

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Hi. Please click here to download Nokia PC Suite.

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How to recover photos from memory card or hard drive


If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your camera or phones digital memory card or even your ipod or the HDD on your computer, there is still a reasonable chance of recovering them.

A full recovery is not guaranteed, but depending on the type of format that was used and particularly if it was a simple deletion of photographs it is quite often the case that photos can be recovered if the correct steps are taken.

First off - do not take any more photographs using the memory card in question.

The reason is, that should you overwrite the card with new photographs, some of the previous photograph information will be damaged and this will hamper the recovery operation.

If the photos have been lost from your memory card, you will need to have a card reader on your computer. If you have not got one of these, you can purchase a cheap multi-card usb reader that will do the job from the likes of Amazon or any hardware/computer store.
See this example.

Next, you will need to download and install a photo recovery program to your computer. There are several of these available to download for free from the net but for this purpose I am going to stick to one called Recuva which I have found to be easy to use and extremely comprehensive in its options. Recuva comes from a highly respected software company called Piriform and can confidently be recommended as free from Spyware, Adware or Viruses.

Best of all it is totally free to use and has no nags. You can download Recuva for free from this link.

Recuva is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000. Including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

You may choose to search for an alternative recovery program on the Net if your operating system is not supported.

Download the program from the link provided above and then run the install wizard by clicking on the downloaded file. Follow the instructions to install the program on your computer. This program bundles Yahoo Tool Bar so please ensure to uncheck this option if you do not want this add on.

Insert your card into the card reader on your computer.

One distinct advantage to this program, is that it runs a wizard when you open it which walks you through the recovery process. Follow the instructions on the wizard and select the look for photographs option. Next select the "On my media card or Ipod option" to have it examine your card with the deleted photos.

If you want to scan your computers hard drive for deleted photos select that option instead.

Important: Click 'Enable Deep Scan' to have the best possible result from the scan. The program will automatically scan for recoverable files on the memory card in your card reader or hard drive as selected.

Be aware that this program is extremely thorough - and depending on the size of your card or drive, it may take some time to complete. Be patient as it completes its task. The program will then display the recovered photographs and give a comment beside each one to say if it has been damaged or is recoverable. Save the recovered photos onto a new file on your computer.

Once you have recovered and saved your photos - make sure to use your camera or device to format your memory card before using it again to capture photos.

A format will erase all data permanently from the card including corrupted data and so reduce the potential for future corruption of the card. This will help to avoid problems of this nature occuring again.

Thanks for reading this Tip and I do hope it has helped. If so, please do take a moment to register your vote for this Tip using the Yes/No buttons below.

on Jan 22, 2010 | Cameras

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If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your cameras digital memory...


If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your cameras digital memory card or even the HDD on your computer there is still a resonable chance of recovering them.

A full recovery is not guaranteed, but depending on the type of formatting used or whether it was a simple deletion of photographs it is quite often the case that photos can be recovered if the correct steps are taken.

First off - do not take any more photographs using the memory card in question.

The reason is, that should you overwrite the card with other photographs, some of the previous photograph information will be damaged and this will hamper the recovery operation.

If the photos have been lost from your memory card, you will need to have a card reader on your computer. If you have not got one of these you can purchase a cheap multi-card usb reader that will do the job from the likes of Amazon or any hardware/computer store.
See this example.

Next you will need to download and install a photo recovery program to your computer. There are several of these available to download for free from the net but for this purpose I am going to stick to one called Recuva which I have found to be the easy to use and extremely comprehensive in its options. Recuva comes from a highly respected software company called Piriform and can confidently be recommended as free from Spyware, Adware or Viruses.

You can download Recuva for free from this link.

Recuva is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000. Including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

You may choose to search for an alternative recovery program on the Net if your operating system is not supported.

Download the program from the link provided above and then run the install wizard by clicking on the downloaded file. Follow the instructions to install the program on your computer. This program bundles Yahoo Tool Bar so please ensure to uncheck this option if you do not want this add on.

Insert your card into the card reader on your computer.

One distinct advantage to this program, is that it runs a wizard when you open it which walks you through the recovery process. Follow the instructions on the wizard and select the look for photographs option. Next select the "On my media card or Ipod option" to have it examine your card with the deleted photos.

If you want to scan your computers hard drive for deleted photos select that option instead.

Important: Click 'Enable Deep Scan' to have the best possible result from the scan. The program will automatically scan for recoverable files on the memory card in your card reader or hard drive as selected.

Be aware that this program is extremely thorough - and depending on the size of your card or drive it may take some time to complete. Be patient as it completes its task. The program will display the recovered photographs and give a comment beside each one to say if it has been damaged or is recoverable. Save the recovered photos onto a new file on your computer.

Finally - once you have recovered and saved your photos - make sure to use your camera to format your card before using it again to capture photos.

This will erase all data permanently from the card including corrupted data and so reduce the potential for future corruption of the card. This will help to avoid problems of this nature occuring again.

Thanks for reading this Tip and I do hope it has helped. Please do register your vote for this Tip using the Yes/No buttons below.

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How do I transfer a photo of me from facebook to my email on yahoo?


Are you accessing Facebook via desktop/laptop, or a mobile/touch device?

Desktop: right-click on the image, then Save to your desktop out default location. Compose the new email or reply to the original. Click the Add Attachment (paperclip?) And select your recently saved image.

Mobile: Long-press on the image in Facebook/Facebook App, then Save Image.
Compose/reply using your email App, then add Attachment, locating the image in your Gallery>Downloads folder.

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You can download program from your mobile by enabling GPRS and get in to mobile WAP sites for download of various java application and for manual nd pc connection below is the link

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/supportOwnersProduct.do?prd_mdl_name=SGH-A707

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How to Recover Deleted Photos from a Camera Memory card


If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your cameras digital memory card there is still a fair chance of recovering them.

A full recovery is not guaranteed but depending on the type of formatting used or whether it was a simple deletion of photographs it is often the case that most if not all photos can be recovered.

First off - do not take any more photographs using the card in question.

The reason is that if you overwrite the card with other photographs some of the previous photograph information will be erased and any deleted pictures effected by this will not be recovered.

First you will need a card reader on your computer. If you have not got one of these you can purchase a cheap multi-card usb reader that will do the job from the likes of Amazon or any hardware/computer store.

Next you will need to download and install a photo recovery program to your computer. There are several of these available to download for free from the net but I am going to stick to the one that I have found to be the easist to use and which is extremely comprehensive in its options.

You can download Recuva (which is by Piriform) for free from this link.

Recuva is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000. Including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

You may choose to search for an alternative on the Net if your operating system is not as listed.

Download the program from the link provided and then run the install wizard by clicking on the downloaded file. Follow the instructions to install the program. This program bundles Yahoo Tool Bar so please ensure to uncheck this option if you do not want this program.

Insert your card into the card reader on your computer.

One advantage to this program is that it runs a wizard when you open it which walks you through the process. Follow the instructions on the wizard and first select the look for photographs option. Next select the "On my media card or Ipod option" to have it examine your card with the deleted photos.

Click 'Enable Deep Scan' to have the best possible result from the scan. The program will automatically scan for files on the card in your card reader.


In the "File" menu of this program you will see "settings". Select "intensive mode". This is the most in depth setting. Follow the instructions - select this mode and allow the program to do its stuff.

Be aware that this program is extremely thorough - it will be slow and literally could take a whole night to run through and complete its task.

Finally - once you have recovered and saved the photos you want to your computer - make sure to use your camera to format your card to help prevent an issue like this occurring again. This will erase all data permanently from the card and reduce the potential for future corruption.

If this program does not work, then I'm afraid there is not much else you can do. You could engage a data recovery company to try and recover the information but this is likely to be extremely expensive (potentially upper hundreds or thousands).

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When i try to install any jar file, it says that "failed.downloaded JAR are invalid". what do i do? plz help...


Please go through your mobile specifications to know that whether your mobile has 'Java' facility enabled. if your mobile has 'Java enabled than find out the download location of your mobile and whether the download location has enough space to download the application. If there is no not enough space to download the application than try changing the download location to a memory card and run the application from there.
NB: IN A JAVA ENABLED MOBILE A .JAR FILE WILL RUN WITHOUT ANY ERROR!

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