Photo transfer help

Discussion in 'Android Media' started by Shannon Kirvan, Jul 16, 2016.

  1. Shannon Kirvan

    Shannon Kirvan New Member
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    I am new to android phones...How do I sync my photos that I take with my Doro 8030 with my laptop? very frustrating to say the least. Hope someone can help. Thank you.
     

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  2. lvt

    lvt Well-Known Member
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    I would suggest Dropbox or Google Photos.
     
  3. CenturionB

    CenturionB Well-Known Member
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    Google Photos course. Obtain and synchronization and backup.
     
  4. Everlyn

    Everlyn Member
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    You can also try AirMore to transfer photos from phone to the computer. It doesn't require USB connection, just connect your phone and laptop to the same wifi and use this app to establish the connection between phone and laptop.

    If you don't want to try any app, you can transfer via USB. Connect your phone and laptop through the cable. Go to "This PC" on Windows and find your device under "Devices and drives" and open it. Click on the folder "DCIM" > "Camera" to find your photos and copy to the laptop.
     
  5. svim

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    Install the Google Photos app on your Doro and confirm the 'Backup & sync' function is enabled in its Settings menu. If you already have a large number of photos accumulated keep in mind it could take a while to do the initial backup, depending on how fast the upload speed is for your WiFi or cellular connection (opt for WiFi if you don't have a true unlimited cellular account). Once done, you'll have a duplicate of your phone's photo library backed up into your online Google account. On your laptop, use a browser to go to: https://photos.google.com and log into your account to access your photo library. If you edit or delete a photo from there it will automatically do the same to your phone, and vice-versa. A big benefit is the backing up and syncing takes place automatically, without any interaction on your part. Also, when you migrate to a different phone all you need to do is install the Google Photos app on that new phone to transfer your photo library over.
     

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