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I have an LG230 camera with a dozen pictures on it. How can I take them off or transfer them to my computer? I asked Solo & they couldn't give me an answer. What good is the camera on a phone if you cannot transfer pictures. My niece has a phone with a removable chip thatfor her on to my computer then printed them for her. I transferred pics

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On my LG phone, I can download my pics using a Bluetooth connection with my computer or I can E-mail the pics to my computer.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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    byronschmidt Jul 15, 2012

    I upgraded to a new phone, activated the new LG Ignite and deactivated the old LG230. The old LG230 still easily connected via bluetooth to the new LG Ignite, even without the phone company's help. The new LG Ignite could then easily transfer those photos to the computer with a wire.

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