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Perhaps you've taken a shot of an inspiring product at a trade show and want to send it to a colleague, or you want to show someone a remote project you're working on. Before you send important images directly to your recipients from your Samsung phone, bringing them into your computer first could give you more power to edit and share them. Bluetooth enables you to make this transfer wirelessly for a cleaner desktop.
Navigate to the main screen of your phone, also called the standby screen. Press the 'Menu' option on the screen.
How do I transfer pictures from my phone to my PC using an USB cable? When I plug in the cable, the computer does not see it. Download automatically as needed? Manage your T-Mobile account. Use the T-Mobile App or your My T-Mobile account. Download pictures from cell phone to computer. I need to download some pictures from my Motorola razor to E-mail via my computer. I do not have the capability to do so via the phone Can I send a picture to my email from my phone and then download it and then upload it to another site. How to Put Cell Phone Pictures on a Computer; How to Put Cell Phone Pictures on a Computer. By: Michelle Carvo. Download the driver from any of these sites. If no sites have the driver, contact your cell phone provider and ask if they sell a disc that has multimedia drivers for the phone.
Select 'Settings' then 'Connectivity.' Tap the 'Bluetooth' option, and then tap the Bluetooth icon to enable it.
Locate and tap the 'Visible' option, and then select 'Yes' to enable Bluetooth Visibility. This enables your device to be recognized by others with Bluetooth capability.
Plug a Bluetooth adapter into your computer's USB port if it doesn't have built-in Bluetooth capability. Once you connect the adapter or begin broadcasting your phone's visibility, a prompt enabling you to search for Bluetooth devices appear.
Search for Bluetooth devices and select your phone from the results. Enter the appropriate PIN codes for your adapter (or computer) and phone. If you haven't changed your PIN codes, they may still be the default value of '0000.' Check the product manuals to find the exact codes.
Open the My Bluetooth Places software, which is native to your computer if it has Bluetooth capability. It's installed automatically once you insert an adapter for the first time. To find it quickly, click 'Start' and type it into the search box.
Select 'File Transfer' from the software menu. Browse the phone's contents until you find the image you wish to transfer.
Right-click the desired image and select 'Copy.' Navigate to the folder on your computer you wish to transfer it to. Right-click within the folder and select 'Paste.'
- To protect your phone's privacy, turn your Bluetooth Visibility off once you've finished transferring the image to your computer.
- Never share data with a device you don't recognize. The information in this article applies to most Samsung models with Bluetooth capability. It may differ slightly or significantly with other versions or products.
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