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  1. #1
    Jackie Green
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    what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc from my
    phone please?

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    You can agree with me...or you can be wrong!





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  2. #2
    Sheila
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    Re: sagem myx7


    "Jackie Green" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc from my
    > phone please?
    >
    > --
    > You can agree with me...or you can be wrong!
    >
    >


    Hi Jackie,

    I got a dongle for my nokia from the 02 shop, you just plug it into a usb
    connector, you have to install a bit of a disc, name your pc, and name the
    phone, and when you turn your phone on it searches and finds your pc, then
    you just transfer it, and pick which folder to go into. As I'm with o2... I
    suspect you can get them cheaper elsewhere! I got the wire thing, but that
    was next to useless for me, as it involved a bit of hard work.... the dongle
    is quicker for me

    dont know about the sagem though!





  3. #3
    Jackie Green
    Guest

    Re: sagem myx7

    Sheila wrote:
    > "Jackie Green" <[email protected]>
    > wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc
    >> from my phone please?
    >>
    >> --
    >> You can agree with me...or you can be wrong!
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Hi Jackie,
    >
    > I got a dongle for my nokia from the 02 shop, you just plug it into a
    > usb connector, you have to install a bit of a disc, name your pc, and
    > name the phone, and when you turn your phone on it searches and finds
    > your pc, then you just transfer it, and pick which folder to go into.
    > As I'm with o2... I suspect you can get them cheaper elsewhere! I
    > got the wire thing, but that was next to useless for me, as it
    > involved a bit of hard work.... the dongle is quicker for me
    >
    > dont know about the sagem though!


    sagems can also work with dongle or cable, I was after experience of which
    was best and maby a recommended outlet. ty for your help x





  4. #4
    AMO
    Guest

    Re: sagem myx7

    "Jackie Green" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc from my
    > phone please?


    If you cannot get a dongle specific to this phone or if you aren't likely to
    be using the Sagem phone much in the future getting an InfraRed IRDA USB
    lead instead is just as good. InfraRed leads are good in that any phone
    with infrared capability can use the same lead so that you don't have to
    have one lead for each phone you connect. The downside is that it takes
    more to set things up and ensure that it is communicating correctly and also
    transfer rates are slower.

    The phone does not come with the software to transfer stuff to your PC. Go
    to the Sagem website www.sagem.co.uk and select the GSM phone link. It will
    then transfer you to the Sagem Online website where there are instructions
    on how to download third-party software to achieve this.

    AMO





  5. #5
    Jackie Green
    Guest

    Re: sagem myx7

    AMO wrote:
    > "Jackie Green" <[email protected]>
    > wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc
    >> from my phone please?

    >
    > If you cannot get a dongle specific to this phone or if you aren't
    > likely to be using the Sagem phone much in the future getting an
    > InfraRed IRDA USB lead instead is just as good. InfraRed leads are
    > good in that any phone with infrared capability can use the same lead
    > so that you don't have to have one lead for each phone you connect. The
    > downside is that it takes more to set things up and ensure that
    > it is communicating correctly and also transfer rates are slower.
    >
    > The phone does not come with the software to transfer stuff to your
    > PC. Go to the Sagem website www.sagem.co.uk and select the GSM phone
    > link. It will then transfer you to the Sagem Online website where
    > there are instructions on how to download third-party software to
    > achieve this.
    > AMO


    cool, cheers.





  6. #6
    Pat
    Guest

    Re: sagem myx7


    "Jackie Green" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > AMO wrote:
    >> "Jackie Green" <[email protected]>
    >> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc
    >>> from my phone please?

    >>
    >> If you cannot get a dongle specific to this phone or if you aren't
    >> likely to be using the Sagem phone much in the future getting an
    >> InfraRed IRDA USB lead instead is just as good. InfraRed leads are
    >> good in that any phone with infrared capability can use the same lead
    >> so that you don't have to have one lead for each phone you connect. The downside is that it takes
    >> more to set things up and ensure that
    >> it is communicating correctly and also transfer rates are slower.
    >>
    >> The phone does not come with the software to transfer stuff to your
    >> PC. Go to the Sagem website www.sagem.co.uk and select the GSM phone
    >> link. It will then transfer you to the Sagem Online website where
    >> there are instructions on how to download third-party software to
    >> achieve this.
    >> AMO

    >
    > cool, cheers.
    >


    With a USB IRDA dongle (make sure that a USB cable comes with it - I used Ebay's cheapest dongle -
    don't try to use any CD provided if you have XPsp2) on an XPsp2 computer you can simply put the
    phone next to it and "send" photos after enabling Infra Red on the phone. On the website:
    http://www.planetsagem.com/index.php?name=tools
    You can download the MPAS software to make this easier and presumably do two-way transfers but I
    have not used this (phone got stolen!). I would predict a problem using MPAS with XPsp2 but it's
    free so try and see!




  7. #7
    Jackie Green
    Guest

    Re: sagem myx7

    Pat wrote:
    > "Jackie Green" <[email protected]>
    > wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> AMO wrote:
    >>> "Jackie Green" <[email protected]>
    >>> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]
    >>>> what's the best thing to buy to transfer photo's/videos to my pc
    >>>> from my phone please?
    >>>
    >>> If you cannot get a dongle specific to this phone or if you aren't
    >>> likely to be using the Sagem phone much in the future getting an
    >>> InfraRed IRDA USB lead instead is just as good. InfraRed leads are
    >>> good in that any phone with infrared capability can use the same
    >>> lead so that you don't have to have one lead for each phone you connect.
    >>> The downside is that it takes more to set things up and ensure that
    >>> it is communicating correctly and also transfer rates are slower.
    >>>
    >>> The phone does not come with the software to transfer stuff to your
    >>> PC. Go to the Sagem website www.sagem.co.uk and select the GSM
    >>> phone link. It will then transfer you to the Sagem Online website where
    >>> there are instructions on how to download third-party software to
    >>> achieve this.
    >>> AMO

    >>
    >> cool, cheers.
    >>

    >
    > With a USB IRDA dongle (make sure that a USB cable comes with it - I
    > used Ebay's cheapest dongle - don't try to use any CD provided if you
    > have XPsp2) on an XPsp2 computer you can simply put the phone next to
    > it and "send" photos after enabling Infra Red on the phone. On the
    > website: http://www.planetsagem.com/index.php?name=tools You can download
    > the MPAS software to make this easier and presumably
    > do two-way transfers but I have not used this (phone got stolen!). I
    > would predict a problem using MPAS with XPsp2 but it's free so try
    > and see!


    cool, i'm going to play with a dongle tomorrow (ooh er), see what happens.





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