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Re: pictures to computer
According to the user's manual on the Kyocera site, it does not appear that you can save pictures from the phone. There is no mention in the manual of saving pictures to your computer.
Unless there is some kind of software that came with the phone that is not being mentioned in the manual, I would have to say that there is no way to do so.
If you can send emails from the phone however... Send yourself an email and see if there is a way to attach images to the email. When you send the email, the image should go with it. Find the email in your inbox and see if the images are attached.
Otherwise, as there isn't a single mention of USB cables in the manual, I would have to say that the USB cable is for charging the phone on a computer's USB port. (But you'd think that they would mention that in the manual, too. Right?)
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That's impossible my friend maybe you don't have the pc suite of your phone that's why you can't be able to transfer it on your PC. Try to install the pc suite if you don't have one installed in your PC, then if your pictures are stored in your phone memory. try to move your images to the memory card, after doing that if you don't have a card reader, Go to my computer in your PC then plug the USB cable connected to your phone to your PC..Then on my computer you will see there's a new drive will appear after plugging it and in that new drive open it and search and copy your images to your PC.. Hope it will help you
Ok just transfer first all the pictures you wanted to put in the computer to the memory card of your cellphone. After that if you have a card reader remove the memory card in your pc and insert it in your card reader then plugged the card reader to the computer..make sure your card reader is detected by your pc if it is and read your memory card then import the pictures.
In order to charge via a Computer you will need the following:
A. USB cord that your phone can plug into, and be plugged into the computer.
B. Install appropriate drivers for your phone. (This is important, the operating system usually wants to know what it is doing with the device prior to providing power to it)
C. The phone must already have a 20% charge or more. (This is a usually set by the phone manufacture since computer usb power is only 3.5 volts and normal charging takes place at 20% or less only when the phone is receiving 3.6 volts or more)
Plug your Samsung mobile phone's USB flash cable into the phone and into the computer's 2.0 USB port outlet. When the computer detects a USB connection, a notification screen will appear in the lower right corner of the screen, above the task bar. The phone's software driver will be automatically installed to your computer's hard drive.
Import your pictures to your computer. Click on "Import Pictures" when the "AutoPlay" dialog window pops up. Close the "AutoPlay" window to configure the import settings.
Choose a gallery title for the pictures you are importing. When the blank data form appears in the bottom right corner of the screen, type a name for your gallery in the data form. Click on the "Import" button to begin the downloading process.
Remove the Samsung USB flash cable from the computer and then from the mobile phone. Click on the "Start" menu icon, then select the "Pictures" tab folder. Your newly imported pictures should be stored in this folder. Please Rate this solution. Regards.
Follow the procedure below to download your pictures from your phone to your computer.
1.Plug one end of the USB adapter into the phone, and the
other end into an available USB port of your computer. Look to the
bottom right of the screen and you should see an "Installing Driver..."
window pop up. Wait a few minutes to allow the computer to look for a
driver for your phone 2.Look for a window to pop up that tells you "Driver
was successfully installed." If it never comes up, or instead a window
pops up that says "Driver was not successfully installed," it means
your computer did not recognize your cell phone. In this case, you'll
need to look for the driver. If it did install, skip ahead to Step 5. 3.Install the driver by double-clicking on it.
Before you do this, make sure your cell phone is unplugged. After
you've installed the driver, plug in the cell phone, and it should be
recognized 4.Go to "My
Computer." Look for a new drive that has either the brand/model of the
cell phone in the name, or simply a picture of the cell phone on the
drive. It will probably have the drive name F:, I: or G:. Double-click
5.Go to Start > File > Settings >
Folder Options and select to enable hidden files and folders to be
shown. Then go back to your cell phone's folder and look around. You
should see a folder with the name "Pictures," "Photos," "images" or a
similar name. Double-click on it, and you should see all your cell
6.Select images and right-click
"Copy." Then go to your desktop and create a new folder by
right-clicking and selecting "New Folder." Open up this new folder,
right-click and select "Paste." Your images will then be copied from
the cell phone to your computer where you'll be able to access them any
The easiest way to backup iPhone photos to computer is to just use Windows Explorer, and there are two ways to go about this. In either case, unlock the iPhone before beginning, or else the photos may not be visible.
Plug-in your iPhone to the computer without iTunes running then wait for a popup asking you what you want to do with the device, you need to select "Import Photos and Videos" and find your photos through the folders that are displayed, then copy the images from Windows as usual.
Or you can try the another way if your iPhone is already plugged into the PC. Open "My Computer" and find the iPhone, it will appear under Portable Devices section. Open iPhone to find your Photos and select the pictures you want to copy and paste them to the desired location of your computer. http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-backup-iphone-photos.html
you a having an USB cord i think.The images will be stored in the memory card.Plug your cell to the PC.In MY COMPUTER a new drive will appear.That contains your memory card.You can now copy the images from that & paste them on your hard disk.