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    Question Getting my pictures off and onto my computer?

    I recently got the EnV Touch and I want to know if there is a way that I can hook it up to my computer and get all of my pictures and videos off?? I figured out the music syncing, but not the pictures. Can anyone help??
    --BTW all of my pictures are on my micro SD card--

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    Get a card reader and save pics to memory card, then you can connect your card directly to your pc. If you wanna skip that you can always mail em to pixplace.

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    you should have an adapter. my sd card came with one

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    Go to Settings & Tools > Settings > USB Auto Detection > Ask On Plug

    Once you've done that then you can hook up the USB cord to your phone then your computer. Of course you already know to go to Settings & Tools > Tools > USB Mass Storage...the phone will ask you if you want to do Music or Data. Choose data and the card should show up on your computer in the My Computer area if you have a PC. Your photos will be in 'my_pix'

    I have an sd card and adapter but my notebook won't recognize it if I slide it into the reader. Hope this helps.

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    plug the phone into your computer.
    go to settings and tools, tools, usb mass storage.
    the phone will appear as a new removeable device


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    I always just take the card out and put it in a reader to copy stuff to the computer- or to move songs to the phone.

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    I did exactly what you said to do but my computer won't read it. It pops up with the Found new hardware, please insert disc, but I don't have a disc. What should I do from here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chantalrdj
    I did exactly what you said to do but my computer won't read it. It pops up with the Found new hardware, please insert disc, but I don't have a disc. What should I do from here?
    Download and install this: http://mobilephones.us.lge.com/uploa..._4.9.4_All.exe

    Then your computer should recognize your phone as LG CDMA Modem or something similar to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParthG
    Download and install this: http://mobilephones.us.lge.com/uploa..._4.9.4_All.exe

    Then your computer should recognize your phone as LG CDMA Modem or something similar to that.
    The USB mass storage mode requires no drivers on windows XP/Vista machines, since it uses the USB Mass Storage device protocol... just like a flash drive.

    So when you first connect the phone it will try to detect and install and then ask for the drivers.. just cancel and then choose USB mass storage in the tools menu.

    Think about it, you don't need it as a modem (and/or serial port).. just the storage device.

    keep in mind this will ONLY work if you have a memory card in the phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.G
    The USB mass storage mode requires no drivers on windows XP/Vista machines, since it uses the USB Mass Storage device protocol... just like a flash drive.

    So when you first connect the phone it will try to detect and install and then ask for the drivers.. just cancel and then choose USB mass storage in the tools menu.

    Think about it, you don't need it as a modem (and/or serial port).. just the storage device.

    keep in mind this will ONLY work if you have a memory card in the phone.
    Yeah that makes sense. It's just that usually if Windows asks for a driver from a disc, it usually means it couldn't find it by itself. Anyway, even if he does install the drivers, it won't keep bugging him about finding the drivers.

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    You can also email them from your phone to your computer if you want. Just put the email address in the MMS recipient area.

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    You didn't mention if your computer has bluetooth or not so I'll add that option to the discussion. I transfer photos and videos to my computer that way and it beats plugging and unplugging a memory card, albeit it's a little slower if you are transferring huge files.

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