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    elaine.knight
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    I take pictures and i want to download them to my pc.
    how do I do that?


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    cksal412
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    Re: download pictures to my pc

    USB를 연결하여 system파일로 들어가시면 될듯



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    jacob11
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    Re: download pictures to my pc

    If you want to upload the images to Photoshop or some other image editing program, then open the program and under the "File" menu look for import or acquire. If you can't find it then check in the help section for import/acquire images from scanner/camera. If you want to "Print Pictures From The SPH-m500 To A PictBridge Printer" visit http://erms.samsungusa.com/customer/.../faqs_view.jsp . You can also download a user's manual if you need it. If this didn't answer your question, then tell me more about how you plan to use the photos or why you want to upload them. I'm pretty sure there is probably another way for you to get to the photos so you can use them.

    I found out how you could get the pictures from your phone to your computer for the Samsung SPH-M500 from Sprint.
    You could use Sprint's picturemail service ( http://www.sprint.com/picturemail ), and add it to your monthly plan or pay to upload and send pictures online and from one phone to the another. If you want to avoid paying for that just to get to your pictures, then it looks like you will have to sync your phone and your PC. You can find instructions at ( http://help.cnet.com/Cell_Phones/960...es&nodeId=6454 ). According to the article, you may have to make a one time investment in some software, but you will be able to unlock a great deal of features for your phone and use it to do more. It also mentions that you will need a USB cable. The one for you phone can be
    found here ( http://product.samsung.com/cgi-bin/n...od_id=SPH-M500 ). Check for it at the very bottom.

    See.... you have reasons to be all kinds of confused. lol. Once you ever get the pictures on your computer, you should be able to access them in other image software and programs. Have fun!
    Source(s):
    Sprint picturemail - http://www.sprint.com/picturemail
    Cnet article on syncing PC and phone - http://help.cnet.com/Cell_Phones/960...es&nodeId=6454
    USB data cable for Samsung m500 - http://product.samsung.com/cgi-bin/n...od_id=SPH-M500



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    Omo Raymond
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    Re: download pictures to my pc

    i like to download picture to my pc
    ​from my camera



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    avenue
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    Re: download pictures to my pc

    Quote Originally Posted by Omo Raymond View Post
    i like to download picture to my pc
    ​from my camera
    If you have pictures on an SD card you can put it in your computer if it has an SD card slot to transfer the pictures. You can also connect a USB cable to your cell phone or camera and transfer them that way. In addition to that, you can upload them from the device to the Internet if you device supports it, and even transfer the pictures via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth enabled device, if your device supports that.



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    royallqq
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    Re: download pictures to my pc

    good into to me, I'm pretty sure there is probably another way for you to get to the photos so you can use them.



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    shaaam2007
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    Re: download pictures to my pc

    Quote Originally Posted by avenue View Post
    If you have pictures on an SD card you can put it in your computer if it has an SD card slot to transfer the pictures. You can also connect a USB cable to your cell phone or camera and transfer them that way. In addition to that, you can upload them from the device to the Internet if you device supports it, and even transfer the pictures via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth enabled device, if your device supports that.
    Haha I like this, this is easiest way to transfer them to PC, but what is you computer has not SD card Slot then you have bought card reader for that



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