TO TRANSER PICTURES FROM YOUR NOKIA PHONE TO YOUR COMPUTER ATTACG THE USB PORT FROM YOUR COMPUTER TO YOUR PHONE. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS THAT WILL POP UP ONLINE & THEY SHOULD DOWNLOAD INSTANTLY FOR YOU.
2 ways...... * text them to your new phone * plug old phone to computer transfer pictures then plug in new phone and get pictures from computer
To transfer phone contacts to PC from Nokia C301 you need the Nokia PC suite that will help you transfer the contacts.
Yes, you can transfer the pictures from the memory card to a computer. Then transfer from the computer to the phone using the usb data cable that came with the phone. If you do not want to do that, you can take the memory card (not the sim card) out of the phone, find an adapter and connect it to your computer directly. Then transfer files.
Use your lead that came with the phone, and transfer them on to the computer.
Transfer it to your computer, depends on what phone it is.
open the folder on your computer that has the pictures in and then plug your phone into the computer and open the folder that contains your phones files and drag the pictures from the computer folder to your phone folder.
you need a usb cable to attach your phone to your computer and then you can transfer the photos easily
If you have a computer cord for your phone you can probably connect your phone to the computer and transfer your files from your phone to a folder in your computer (you should probably name that document phone, phone pictures, etc). once you've transferred the pictures just plug in your other phone and put them on that! then you can delete or save the file to keep your contacts, photos, etc safe!! ☺
You have 2 take out the memory card out of the old phone nokia 2 transfer 2 the new one!-ur welcum!! :-)
It is to connect your phone to your computer. For instance with pictures- you can transfer them to your computer or vice-versa. Also if your phone has a music player you can transfer music from your computer to your phone. Hope this helps.
I think you can use blutooth but :)
Either use a usb, or buy a bluetooth connector for your pc, and transfer it that way, if your phone has bluetooth of course.
To put the photo's in your computer you, take out your Sim card and put it in your computer. Then download it onto your computer.
Well,you can go to Nokia.com or just download the games to your computer and transfer them to your phone...
The easiest ways to transfer pictures from any smart phone to a PC is through Bluetooth or emailing a picture from your phone to your own email address and then downloading the picture onto your computer.
You can use the USB data cable for RAZR V3t and copy pictures to the phone memory.
Well you could always send them in a message to your email and save them to your computer, but I'm pretty sure you can buy a bluetooth set for your computer that will link your computer to your phone and transfer pictures that way.
one phone number at a time. HA HA
Most phones when connected to a computer can behave just like any other standard storage device such as flash drives. This means that the computer doesn't necessarily know that your phone is indeed a phone, but explains why you can transfer the pictures to your phone. Usually you can transfer any type of file. The reason you can't view the pictures on your phone is most likely to be that your phone doesn't have any software that knows what to do with that type of file.
if u have a camera phone, u can take a picture of the pic on your computer n store it into your phone, but if u don't have a wire or a camera phone there is no other way to transfer pics to your phone sorry.
Download the MP3 files to your computer then use the Nokia connectivity software and cable to connect the phone to your company. Then transfer the MP3 files.
Cloud Computer is the ability to be able to transfer media through a cloud network instead of connecting your phone to your computer! You also have the ability to transfer pictures from you home network to your cell phone
Connect one end to the phone, and the other to the computer. The computer SHOULD identify the phone as 'an external mass-storage device' Then - it's simply a case of opening the directory in the phone, and drag & drop the pictures you want to the computer.