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I have lots of pictures on my media card. How do I back them up in case I lose my phone?
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Connect the device with the USB cable.
Put it in Mass Storage Mode.
Manually copy the files to the computer the same you would copy ANY other file.


Alternately, put the card in a card reader.
Connect the card reader to the computer.
Manually copy the files to the computer the same you would copy ANY other file.
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