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Hi I would like to download some pictures from my phone to the computer. I do not have a memory card, When I connect to the computer it "Insert memory card for connecting as mass storage" Can you help?

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2 solutions to your problem, 1 when you connect by USB cable go to my computer look for the new drive letter open the drive by clicking on it you should see your photos in a folder Media,Photos,DCIM open the folder copy or save to your C drive. 2 send the photos 1 at a time to your e-mail then open and save to your C drive. Good Luck.

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