Question about Cell Phones
Hi, I cracked the screen on my cellphone a few months ago, and havnt the heart (or the wallet) to replace the phone!
I have ordered a replacement screen, so hopefully this will make it work again. The phone was chucked hard against the kitchen floor.
Any ideas on how I am to put the new screen on?
I have alot of valuable photos on their of my daughter after birth, and all my ph numbers. Can i xfr data instead onto a computer?
If it works again, i will be putting photos elsewhere, and writing down the ph numbers...
Yes, you can transfer pics to your PC. You will need a USB cable (that must have come with your handset).
Simply right click on 'START' button on your PC, and select 'Explore'.
Next scroll down on the left panel and find the drive that corresponds to your device . (It will usually be found after your DVD/CDROM drives). Now click the (+) next to the entry to expand the folders. Browse to the folder that holds your pics, right click and select (use right click and CTRL button to select more than one photo) and copy.
Next browse to a folder on your PC where you would like to store the pics, right click and paste.
You can delete files/pics from your device in the same way.
However, to accomplish all this, your device will have to be detected by the PC, and in some cases, you may have to install the device software on your PC to accomplish this.
Another alternative, is to transfer all the files on your phone to your memory card. (Please read instruction manuals on how to do this, as procedure varies from phone to phone). Now using a card reader attached to your PC, you can transfer files in the same way as described above.
Replacing the screen can be a bit tricky if you are not experienced in this, and best left to a professional..
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