With the development of cell phones with inbuilt cameras, there has been a rise in the number of digital photos generated by users worldwide. The best thing about these cameras is that they let you capture snapshots of your life, anytime and anywhere on the go.
The high rate at which we click photos using cell phone cameras, makes it necessary that they be transferred to a computer eventually, as memory card storage space may get rapidly used up.
Ways to Transfer Photographs
With the plethora of electronic gadgets we use, including mobile phones, it could have been very difficult to transfer data. Thankfully, data sharing and file transfer has become increasingly simpler these days with the rise of wireless Internet access and USB technology. Here are some ways in which you can send pictures from your phone to your PC.
The cable will have two terminals. One end must be inserted in the cell phone itself, while the other end should be inserted in a USB port on your computer. It will immediately recognize your cell phone memory card as an external storage device.
Just open up the device using the computer operating system's file explorer, locate the image folder, which will have the pictures, and cut-paste them onto your computer hard drive. With that, your job is done.
Add your cell phone to your laptop computer's Bluetooth devices and then transfer your images directly to your computer hard drive by accessing the memory card's folder, via the established Bluetooth connection.
Connect to the Internet using your phone connection and sign in to your email account. Upload the photos as an attachment to the mail and simply mail them to yourself or save the mail as a draft. You can then download those pictures to your computer, directly via the Internet.
All you have to do is connect the flash memory card reader with your computer and insert the cell phone memory card in the reader. You can then access the card using your computer and get the pictures directly transferred.
Not only will transferring photos free up your memory card space, but it will also make it easy for you to share them on a social networking website. The simplest, fastest, and the least costly way of sending pictures is to use a USB cable to transfer them.
The transfer is rapid and takes only a few minutes. If you do not have access to a USB cable, among the other ways, the simplest would be emailing the photos using the cell phone's wireless Internet connection. Do it in any which way, that you find to be the easiest.