Question about Computers & Internet
1. Open your Web browser and navigate to the Manufacturer website. Select the "Products" option and search for your model of your phone. Click the "Download Drivers" option and download the driver to your computer. The driver allows your computer to communicate with your phone.
2. Double-click the downloaded driver to open the installation wizard. Select "Next," read through the license agreement and accept it, then click "Install" to install the driver.
3. Plug the USB data cable into the power port on your phone. Connect the other end of the cable into any available USB port on the computer.
4. Click the "Start" button on your desktop and click "Computer" ("My Computer" on older Windows versions). Double-click the removable device icon to open the phone window.
5. Select the "Pictures" window, and a new window loads with all of the images currently stored on the phone. Click-and-drag the pictures from the window onto the desktop to copy the photos from your phone to the desktop with your USB cable.
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