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Move Pictures From Your Mobile Phone to Your PC . You never know when a photo opportunity is going to arise, which is why having a camera phone can be so much fun Transferring those photos from your phone to your computer can serve two important purposes

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You never know when a photo opportunity is going to arise, which is why having a camera phone can be so much fun

  • Transferring those photos from your phone to your

computer can serve two important purposes

  • First, it lets you share and store those photos using

Your computer.

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Second, when you transfer photos

  • from your phone to your computer
  • you can free up precious storage space
  • on your phone
  • You can transfer Photos from your

memory card to your computer using

a memory card reader such as this one

from Sandisk

  • +
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I USE A MEMORY CARD READER SINCE MY PHONE IS A MOTOROLA

  • MODEL V3M RAZOR CAMERA PHONE
  • I HAVE A TINY MEMORY CHIP
  • I CONNECT TO MY COMPUTER
  • VIA A SANDISK CARD READER
  • TIME PERMITTING I WILL DEMONSTRATE

HOW I PERFORM THIS PROCEDURE

  • IT DOES TAKE A LITTLE PRACTICE AND

A LOT OF PATIENCE

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My Presentation focuses on the most common ways to transfer

  • Photos from your phone to your PC
  • which are sending pictures
  • Via e-mail (if your phone and subscription support it)
  • Using your phone’s cable to transfer photos manually
  • wireless transfer
  • The instructions I am providing are general, and the menu
  • Options and features will vary based on which phone and service you have
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Picture Mail

  • If you have e-mail on your mobile phone, you can send the photos as an attachment to your e-mail account, just as you would on your computer
  • Once you’ve taken the picture, your phone will likely provide you with an e-mail icon (such as an envelope) that you can select to send the picture straight to e-mail
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If you don’t want to send the picture right away,

your phone does not have this option, or you want

to send photos you’ve taken in the past,

go to the folder that stores all your photos.

At the bottom, choose either Send or Menu.

Generally, these two functions will offer the option to send the photo

via e-mail

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Whenyou find the option to send your photo through e-mail, select

it

  • You will then need to choose which e-mail account to send it from if you have more than one
  • Once you’ve chosen the e-mail account, a new email message will
  • appear with the photo attached.
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Enter the address you want to send it to

  • (you can send it to yourself from the same email address and then download it from your computer) and then press Send
  • When the email pops up in the account you use on your computer
  • click to download it or send it on to family and friends
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Put It On Plastic

With a Windows Mobile Phone,

You can save a picture to the Memory card by Going to Menu, selecting Save, and then

Save as

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If your phone doesn't support e-mail,

  • But it does have a built-in memory card slot
  • You can insert a compatible memory card
  • And save photos from the phone to the card.
  • You can then remove the card and transfer the Photos to your PC via an external memory card reader
  • (A USB) drive that reads flash memory cards)
  • However, before you purchase a memory card or a memory card reader, be sure that they support the same Memory card format that your phone uses
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To transfer photos using your memory card, go to the Folder on your phone that stores your camera images

  • To move them from your phone’s storage bank to your Memory card, select the photo (or photos) you want to move and then open the menu (titled something similar to Options or Menu at the bottom of your screen)
  • Then find an option that lets you save the photos to the memory Card, such as Save AS or Move (or something similar)
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SELECT YOUR MEMORY CARD AS THE

PLACE YOU WANT TO SAVE OR MOVE

YOUR PHOTOS TO

  • SAFELY EJECT YOUR MEMORY CARD

AND INSERT IT INTO A MEMORY

CARD READER THAT IS CONNECTED

TO YOUR pc

  • You will be able to gather

data from your memory card

in the same way you gather

documents and files from a

standard usb drive

send it through the wire
Send It Through The Wire
  • Some phones let you transfer photos

from your phone to your PC using a USB

data cable

  • A USB data cable might have come with

your phone, but if it didn’t, check with Your phone’s manufacturer to see if you can purchase one for your phone

  • Next, plug the data cable into your phone and then into your computer if applicable
  • Follow the instructions to set up and install your device
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To transfer photos, you will likely need to install

  • Synchronization software to your computer
  • Some carriers will provide this software with your Phone, or they will make it available as a download
  • From their Web Site. For example, Windows Mobile Phones can synchronize data with the Windows Mobile
  • Device Center
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Select which photos you want

  • To synchronize between your
  • Mobile phone and your
  • Computer
  • From here, you can save them
  • To your hard drive or a
  • Removable drive
shoot send enjoy
Shoot send, enjoy
  • Once you transfer your photos to

your computer, you can add them to

your digital media library, share them

with friends and family online, or set

your favorite photo as your computer’s

desktop background

  • Moving photos from your mobile

Phone to your computer is an easy

Way to back them up in case your lose

or Break your mobile phone