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I got my HTC thunderbolt last week but there are some photos that I want off my old phone. I can't send messages and when I plug the phone into my computer it says it can't find any pictures even though I am viewing the pictures on the phone. Its an LG env touch if anyone else knows some specific method for getting the pictures off the phone.
post #2 of 11
are they stored on the phone or on the mem card?
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I didnt watch it all the way through but I hope this helps you out.....

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Is it actually showing you the internal phone memory when plugged up to the computer? If the shots are on the phone and not a separate memory card then they will definitely be there.

Just do a *.jpg wildcard search from the root directory.
    
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Info is stored on internal memory, I found a way to do it by transfering the files to a micro sd card but I don't have one. When I plug the phone into the computer it gives me options to either sync data or music, if I choose music it has the normal folder pop up with the choice to view files or sync them but there are no images anywhere. If I choose data nothing happens and the phone acts as if I never plugged it in.
post #6 of 11
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Originally Posted by the.FBI View Post
Info is stored on internal memory, I found a way to do it by transfering the files to a micro sd card but I don't have one. When I plug the phone into the computer it gives me options to either sync data or music, if I choose music it has the normal folder pop up with the choice to view files or sync them but there are no images anywhere. If I choose data nothing happens and the phone acts as if I never plugged it in.
Then best bet would be to get a micro sd card and do a transfer that way. You can get a 1gb for pretty cheap off ebay.
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Looks like I'll have to grab a micro sd card, I'll just order a small 1 or 2 GB one for like $5.

$6 for a 2GB one off newegg, thanks for all the help.
Edited by the.FBI - 7/10/11 at 6:11pm
post #8 of 11
How many pictures are we talking about here? If it's not a lot, I would just email them to myself.

I've done that from time to time when I wasn't near my computer or didn't want to take the time to do the whole sync thing just to transfer a couple of images. If you're not talking hundreds of pictures, it won't take long.
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How many pictures are we talking about here? If it's not a lot, I would just email them to myself.

I've done that from time to time when I wasn't near my computer or didn't want to take the time to do the whole sync thing just to transfer a couple of images. If you're not talking hundreds of pictures, it won't take long.
No service of any kind on the phone =/
post #10 of 11
Are you sure your new phone didn't come with a micro sd? Most of them do these days.
If not, try http://www.bitpim.org/
If BitPim doesn't detect your phone automatically, go to to the top and go to edit-settings and where it says Phone Type and then you have the scroll down list. Choose the Touch, Dare, or Voyager settings.
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