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Extracting pics from my Nokia N95

Discussion in 'Home Cinema, Hi-Fi and Gadgets' started by jojo, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. jojo

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    Hi guys, one for you Mobile Phone geeks, is there an easy way to extract the pics from my N95 and put them onto my Harddrive?
    Basically, I can't stand installing new software onto my computers, so I've never had any of the Nokia softwares on my HD. With my old Nokia N70, I could just send the pics via my Bluetooth dongle and save them, but that doesn't seem possible with the N95, different pic format perhaps?
    Any ideas would be appreciated.
     
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  3. Kontraband

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    Other options.

    Upload them to web via shareonline
    Mail them to yourself.
    Explore your Bluetooth places and sync obex
    Get a memory card reader
    Plug it in via the usb cable..
     
  4. AndyCollins

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    I have an N95 and just plug it into a usb port. Then open My Computer and the phone shows up as a drive in there. Go into that drive and there should be a folder called Images, (could be Pictures). Within there you will find a number of subfolders that contain your pictures. Then just copy and paste them to your desired location.
     
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    he's done it now Andy, and not come back to thank us! I dunno!! ;)
     
  6. jojo

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    Haha, yeah, I sussed it out, thought I'd just plug the thing into the USB port and see what happens, it reads the phone just like a memory stick, Job done! :)
     

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