February 9, 2017
Whеn соnnесtіng a phone tо a соmрutеr a mаnаgеr application іѕ generaly loaded tо hеlр wіth thе іntеrасtіоn of thе phone and thе соmрutеr and photos can bе еаѕіlу downloaded tо thе аррlісаtіоn аnd уоu do hаvе a choice as tо where thеу аrе dоwnlоаdеd tо. It’s соmраrаblе tо when уоu соnnесt a саmеrа tо the соmрutеr аnd Wіndоwѕ wіl gіvе you options tо transfer
There іѕ аlѕо thе рrоgrаm called Sаmѕung Kіеѕ whісh саn be dоwnlоаdеd to hеlр for samsung users
May 8, 2014
I usually don’t bother with an application manager – they annoy me because they put photos where I dont’ want them to be.
So when I plug in my phone to my laptop or desktop, I just use it as a regular storage device. I create a folder on my desktop where I want the photos to go, and then I manually copy all the photos over myself.
I also take the time to name each photo so that I can find it by a Search later.
January 26, 2014
I also prefer the easiest way, via simple USB connection, because the apps created by producers to transfer info aren`t that stable. I had some bad experience with HTC and Nokia apps, like intrerupting the transfer out of the blue, although I wouldn`t move the phone or browse on it
You can also use the Bluetooth path, both gadgets must have their Bluetooth available, but transfer seems slower
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