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I want to know how to transfer the photos I took with the Samsung Blackjack onto my Windows Vista/ IE computer. Do I need a USB cable or does ActiveSync handle the transfer? or both? (I'm guessing!)

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There is a cord that you could use to ransfer them. I'm nto certain about ActiveSync.

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(last suggestion, go to a cvs, walgreens, etc...and bluetooth them to a kodak picture kiosk, put them on a cd for 3 bucks.

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