One of the features that really got to me after I got my Android phone was that there wasn't a program that would allow you to easily sync photos and videos taken with your PC. There are OTA (over the air) options like Lookout Mobile Security but you're limited to 1.5GB. Since I connect my phone to my PC daily, I figured why not use a folder syncing program? So here's what I'm doing: 1. Download Microsoft's SyncToy: Download details: SyncToy 2.1 (download links are on the bottom of the page) 2. Install program 3. Connect your Android phone to your PC, choose the option that'll let you access it as a disk drive 4. Open up SyncToy 5. Create a New Folder Pair 6. For the LEFT FOLDER, choose the directory on your phone where the photos are stored 7. For the RIGHT FOLDER, choose the directory where you'd like your photos/videos to be saved on your PC. 8. Choose "Contribute" so only new photos taken will be transferred over 9. Name your Folder Pair like "HTC EVO 4G photo sync" or something 10. Then click Run and you're done! Now when you sync, all you have to do is open SyncToy and click "Run" and that's it. Really quick and simple. I suggest saving a backup of your photos so you don't accidently delete any photos.