Can I download photos from my iPad 2 to my laptop?
Over the summer I started downloading photographs directly to our iPad. In the past I had first loaded them onto our laptop and then transferred them to the iPad. Now, I am wondering if I can take what I first put on the iPad and move them to the laptop. Does anyone regularly do this? Or, do you know if it can be done?
1) As @efparri mentioned above is to connect the iPad 2 to your computer via the USB cable. Your iPad 2 will appear as a camera device and you will be able to use Windows Explorer to browse the photos.
2) If you are running iOS 5.0+, Windows Vista or 7 and utilize the PhotoStream feature of iCloud, you can install the iCloud Control Panel on your laptop and all photos you take on the iPad 2, or download to it via the Apple Camera kit, will be copied to your laptop and stored in a PhotoStream sub-directory under "My Pictures". In addition, there is also an "Upload" directory created by the iCloud Control Panel installer that will take any photos dropped into it and send them to your iCloud PhotoStream thus sharing them with all your "i" devices that are connected to iCloud. I have found this particularly useful to quickly get photos from my laptop onto my iPhone 4S and iPad 2.
If you are talking about pictures in the Camera Roll, then yes, they can be transferred easily as described above.
If you're talking about pictures outside the Camera Roll (in the Photo Library or a subordinate photo album), those are sync'ed one way from the computer to the iOS device and cannot be transferred the other way from the iOS device to a computer.
I am a little confused. My Verizon phone was able to roam on GSM because they used TDMA. Tell it was shutdown. The phone recognizes it as Analog. If PCS has TDMA, It could be technically be used on GSM.
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