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Topic # 104010 12-Jun-2012 20:58 Send private message

There are some photos in my iphone and I want to transfer them to my pc for editing.The problem is,none of these photos was taken by iphone so it's not easy to transfer.I have done it once before but this time it doesn't work out.I really don't know which step is wrong!Could u pls help me...

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  Reply # 639927 12-Jun-2012 21:34 Send private message

Just plug it in simple as that - should be recognised like a flash drive and you can copy the photos to your pc - just remember if you have a pin lock unlock it before pbugging in.

Check in windows explorer if it doesn't come up automatically you should see it listed.

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  Reply # 639930 12-Jun-2012 21:36 Send private message

Sorry re-reading are you saying they are not in your camera roll?

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  Reply # 639935 12-Jun-2012 21:45 Send private message

iExplorer could work for you - can get you synced photos back to pc

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