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Old September 29th, 2013, 04:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Samsung Galaxy mobile phone. How can I download the pictures I took to my laptop?

 
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First of all, if this is all from the same person, please understand that this is a forum, not a chat. Responses are not instant, so there is no need to repeat your question... we'll see it

Second: simply connect your phone to the computer via USB data cable. In older versions of Android, you may have to "Mount USB Storage" on the phone by pulling down the notification panel and mounting it. Your computer should recognize the device, install the necessary Samsung drivers from the Internet, and open a prompt - select "Open Folder to View Files".

A window opens, showing you the contents of your phone's user memory. Pictures are stored in the DCIM/Camera folder.

Then all you have to do is open a second window in the computer for the destination, where you want the pictures to go. And drag & drop

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