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You can transfer your contacts to sim card by going to contact menu then mark it ALL,then put your simcard to another phone like nokia and then upon opening your phone it will automatically ask to save sim contacts to phone then press yes.
You can also transfer the content of your memory card from LG to Nokia by using your computer,just use multi-media card reader and copy everything on your LG memory card then paste it on you computer.Insert your Nokia memory card and then copy all important data from LG files to you current memory card.
Note : if you intend to copy application and games, might not working because the file format of LG is different from Nokia so expect some errors,sort of photo's and video is compatible.
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Have you tried connecting the phone to your PC with a USB cable. Once that is done the contents of the phone's flash memory should show up in Windows Explorer or My Computer. From there you should be able to see a pictures folder or something similar with all your pictures. You will them be able to see your friend's picture and copy it to a location on your PC. Once this is done then you will be able to do whatever you wish to it including printing it.
The microSD memory card MUST first be formatted, by the handset,
in order for the handset to create the destination folders.
To transfer the pictures, remove the memory card slot cover. Insert the microSD card into the slot until it locks into place. Press the OK key for menu. Select Get it Now. Select Picture and Video. Select My Pictures. Select desired picture. Press the right soft key for options. Highlight move and press OK. This puts the picture on the SD card.
It's much easier if the phone has an sd card slot. If the phone does, you can simply move the pics to the card, use a usb SD card reader and transfer them to your pc. If not, u can go to a local wireless phone store which has a cellbrite machine and hopefully transfer the photos to a camera that does take a SD card. 3rd option is to send the pictures via e-mail to yourself. Usually it's like sending a picture like a picture message, but instead of typing in a phone number, switch to "ABC" and type your e-mail address in instead. Media cables work, but only with software and drivers.. Generally a headache.. Best of luck. One last thing, if the phone has bluetooth, many kodak kiosks have bluetooth and u can synch them together to print the pictures or have a photo cd created. shadowcaster.
The only way to clear up phone memory is to connect it to your computer using USB cable that came with your phone. Back up all photos there and save it to your computer. After saving all your photos to your computer, you can simply delete all your photos from your phone memory. Next thing that you need to do is go to phone settings and make sure all captured photos/videos will be saved to your memory card and not on phone memory.
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/
You can try to install the CD that comes with your phone to your computer, then you can connect your phone using the usb cable provided. Then you can have an access to your phone's memory, this way you can transfer data to both ways.
But, since LG systems have usually problems in this usb transfers (According to the most of the users, may depend from model to model also), you can simply transfer your pictures from your computer to your microSD card (your phone has an SD card, and you can plug that microSD in a card reader using a SD adapter), then you can plug your microSD card back in your phone, and then you'll have your pictures in your phone.
u need a card reader installed in the pc/laptop then u can easily insert ur stick if its supported and it will show up in removable device my computer list of devices
workable way if u dont have card reader
other way if u have usb cable with ur pda then simply connect it to ur pc on usb port and in the menu select mass storage mode from pda i dont know which pda u are using u dont need any drivers for that its just plug and play in Win XP and Vista it will also come up like rem drive in my computer
if u want any thing else or u can tell me the exact model of ur pda to get more specific help
what you do is go to the picture you want to save to the memory then press menu, then click the edit option, 3 more options will come up after you click edit, pick move. then it will bring up a list of places where you can move you picture to, just find your memory card and click on it.
well the easiest solution is to get a micro sd card for 15 bucks and transfer them that way.
Did you download the drivers for your blackjack onto your computer is the next question.
assuming you did, and it is working correctly, just simply go to my computer (windows based) while plugged into your usb, you should be able to just file explore there. that will bring up your pictures.
(last suggestion, go to a cvs, walgreens, etc...and bluetooth them to a kodak picture kiosk, put them on a cd for 3 bucks.