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I think it can be easier with an android assistant, you can transfer or backup text messages, contacts, photos, and other media files like videos, music files.
And which allows you to view them on PC, so you can choose selectively and freely. MobiKin Assistant for Android Windows Version
Follow the steps to transfer pics from your computer to your iPad: Step 1: Connect your iPad to your computer using the USB data cable that came with your iPad. Download Install and run iTunes and select your iPad device from left panel under "Devices" section. Step 2: Click on Photos tab, Check the "Sync Photos from" checkbox and select "Choose Folder..." option from drop-down menu. Locate the folder with the photos you want to transfer on your computer and hit "Select Folder" button. Step 3: When folder listed in iTunes, select all pictures that you want to copy to your iPad and hit Sync/Apply button from bottom right corner.
Plug the memory stick into the computer and format it. Unplug it then plug it back into the computer, you should have a pop up that asks you what you want to do (open folder view, play and a few other options), you weant to choose Open a Folder View.
You should now have a window open that you can put files into, if not then go to "My Computer" and select it from the available drives.
Now open up the folder with your pictures in it and select all the pictures you want to transfer then press "copy". Go to the memory sticks folder and right click and select "paste" from the right click menu or hit "CTRL+V".
You will get a progress pop up that shows how long the file transfer will take, after it is done...so are you.
If the memory stick is not recognized when plugged in, you way need to load the software that came with the memory stick for its drivers.
The pics and music files have to be in the folders set up by the phone.in order for you to access them. Insert the card in your pc and move those files to the proper folders. Those folders will be "my_pics" my_music" etc.
Dear this is the main solution.
create the folder of MUSIC in ur memory card. copy songs in music folder
create the folder of picture in ur mem card and copy paste the pics of it
when u insert the memcard in ur handset and u'll show all the data on ur phone
use a usb blue tooth to transfer pics and other files from your pc to your phone, via bluetooth. If you have a cable, you can use your phone usb cable to transfer the pic from your phone to your pc, by using your phone's pc suite,select a target folder in your phone from your pc suite and transfer the pics there
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.