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Topic # 15364 18-Aug-2007 14:39
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hey guys, i want to get some photos off my phone but when i connected the phone to the computer nothing is showing up. I mean nothing, even in my computer where [i think] it would show it as a usb drive but its not there.

I did try to go through the windows wizard but it said it may not work proplery.

What am i doing wrong? the phones on, my laptops on, its connected. They are not talking to each other Frown

[Windows XP Home, SP2]

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Reply # 82826 18-Aug-2007 14:43
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Have you enabled mass storage mode from the tools menu on the phone, before connecting it to the computer?




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  Reply # 82827 18-Aug-2007 14:45
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Theres no option to do so. I can't find it. Or im just looking at the wrong section of the phone.


[edit, i find it funny that i am a master geek but i can't even get my phone to talk to my laptop :(]

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 82828 18-Aug-2007 14:50
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There should be a connect to PC or something similar on that tools menu from memory.

I don't have that handset in front of me so I can't double check




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  Reply # 82830 18-Aug-2007 14:53
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Well i went through each tool and i hope i found the right one, user memory - PC connection. Lets see if this works, windows is telling me that its a usb disk drive.

Well i done it, thanks. The photos don't look as good as my digital camera lol!

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