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Do you have the USB drive mapped already? Windows XP maps USB keys to F: If it is already in use by another folder you can't always access the USB drive.
1. Try different USB cable.2. Make sure that drivers are properly installed.3. Try to use the same USB cable + samsung phone to a different known working pc.4. If it works, that means that the USB and the mobile phone is fine with USB connection.5. You can check the drivers installation status via device manager of your pc.
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The USB cable does not work apparently, UNLESS you have a micro SD card inserted. You also have to manually transfer the pictures from the phone's internal memory to the SD card first, then you can transfer them to the PC via the USB cable. The USB connector on the phone is one of the new USB micro A or micro B connectors - make sure you get the correct one. It looks like the one on the phone charger.
Disconnec the phone from the PC.
insert the Disc and run and install the Samsung PC Studio on the PC.
Now reboot the PC.
Connect the phone to PC via the USB cable.
And the PC should say SGH G600 connected.
The with the help of file manager on the Samsung PC Studio, xfer the pics to whatever folder you want.
First of all, connect your mobile phone to your PC (using USB cable or Bluetooth). If using a USB cable, you can access your mobile phone through your PC and so you can cut or copy/paste your pictures from your phone to your PC (create a specific folder for a group of pictures for easier access the next time). If using a Bluetooth, be sure you activate both devices' (your PC and your mobile) Bluetooth and then access your pictures at your mobile phone then right-click each picture and choose send via Bluetooth then select your PC's Bluetooth. You may need to enter a passcode, try 1 or 0. Or refer to your mobile phone's user manual. Hope this helps...