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Re: QuickInstall Won't Sync Photos - Why?
Do you notice any change in the way the photos application works on your Palm (such as if you click on it it flickers then goes back to the "home" screen) Also it sounds like syncing other stuff through quick install works, but photos do not, Is this correct? If it is then I would suggest looking through the CD for the photo's application for your palm, and reinstalling just the photo's.
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this is all i could find out,if this does not work for you go to the link at the bottom. Turn the Android tablet on and connect it your Windowscomputer via supplied USB cable. 2. Click the "Open Folder to View Files" option when the AutoPlay dialog box appears.
Using iTunes to sync photos from computer to iPhone will sometimes delete the existing photos on iPhone. Therefore, I find it necessary to share my easy way to handle this issue.
1. Open FonePaw iOS Transfer and connect iPhone to computer.
2. Choose "Photos" and click "Add" to move photos from PC to iPhone. Here you don't need to worry about the Apple ID since you don't need it to sync photos. So there will be no erasing risk.
3. You can create new albums before moving photos to your iPhone by right-clicking on the left sidebar under "Photos".
<p>If you have an iPod capable of storing photos, you probably
want to keep the images. To ensure that your photos are always sync your iPod,
your synchronization settings in iTunes. If you choose to have your iPod to
sync automatically or manually, your preferences under "Photos" tab
to sync photos from a folder or program. When you set these preferences, iTunes
will remember them and sync your iPod the same way you connect to your
computer. <br />
<p>1. Connect your iPod to your computer using the data cable
that came with it. <br />
<p>2. Open iTunes if it does not open automatically. Click the
name of your iPod under "Devices" in the left pane. <br />
<p>3. Click on "Photos" above the central panel of
iTunes. <br />
<p>4. Check the box next to "Sync Photos." Select a
program or a folder with the photos you want to sync from the drop-down menu. <br />
<p>5. Choose to sync all photos and albums or just selections.
If you choose the latter, make your selections by checking the boxes next to
the folders to sync. You can also choose to automatically include certain events,
or events such as the latest in recent months. <br />
<p>6. Click Apply. Now, when you sync your iPod, it will always
sync your photos. <br />
Open iTunes, if it doesn't open automatically. Click on the iOS device in the top bar, then click the Photos tab. Select "Choose folder" from the drop-down menu. Choose to sync "All folders" or "Selected folders", and whether to include video
How to Transfer Photos from PC to iPhone
Where did you receive that photo? On your computer or in email? Usually you can transfer photos from your computer to your iPhone via iTunes, Dropbox app or iTransfer. How to Transfer Photos from PC to iPhone
When it comes to uploading photos to iPad, iTunes is always regarded as a good choice for many iPad users. As an official and free data transfer tool, iTunes can help users to sync photos from computer to iPad. The following guidance is about how to copy photos to iPad with iTunes.
Plug iPad into computer with the USB cable. iTunes will automatically launch, if not, you need to manually start it on your computer.
Click the name of the iPad in the left sidebar, and then click "Photos" in the right part of the window.
Click "Sync Photo from" and check "Choose Folder", and then choose the photos from your computer.
Click "Apply" at the right bottom of iTunes window. iTunes will then start syncing the photos from computer to your iPad. If you haven't enabled auto sync of iTunes on your computer, just go to Edit > Preferences > Devices, and uncheck "Prevent iPods, iPhones and iPads from syncing automatically".
Connect your iPhone to your computer. Start iTunes, go to "Photos" tab on top and in there, tick "Sync Photos From" and select the folder you want to Sync photos from. Once selected. click on Sync in right corner at the bottom.