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Old 02-21-2010, 07:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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please tell me how to transfer pics that i took on my bb cam to my pc.
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Use any or all of these methods.

Email, MMS, USB via Mass Storage Mode, Bluetooth transfer, Roxio Media Manager
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Download desktop manager to use the PC.
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i have bb desktop, but there is no option to send pics to your pc?? what am i missing??
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Roxio Media Manager does it. download the DM version that includes it.
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If you have a Media Card and the pictures stored on it, then it would be easier to enable Mass Storage Mode and then use Windows Explorer to transfer the pictures.
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If you have your pics on a media card, enable mass storage mode on your phone, then connect it to your PC. A window should open and ask what action you want to take. You can then proceed as you would when transferring pics from a digal camera to your PC. Check first to see if mass storage is enabled on your phone.
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There's a lot of echoes in here
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