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Iphone To Computer Assistance

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My latest toy is an iPhone (my old one was around at the time of the dinosaurs LOL), but despite going to a couple of workshops at Apple and asking several people, I am still none the wiser about how to get photographs off my iPhone. All I'm ever told is to use iTunes.

Okay, I have iTunes on my computer and I have turned on the iPhone opened the photographs and linked the two with the cable. Now what? No menus come up on the screen to guide me through.

Any help, but it must be step by step like in the Dummies books :o:o , would be appreciated.

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I never use iTunes to get photos .

I have Windows 7 on my laptop - with photo gallery .

I connect my iPhone . and tell the laptop to import into photo gallery .

I hope these pages help . do NOT download any programs ... resist the urge to click! ;)

LINK

LINK option 4

LINK

hope some of this is useful ...

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Thanks Persephone. I'll have a fiddle later. Trouble is that I don't get any drop down menus when I've linked the computer and iPhone :confused:

I'll let you know how I go.

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Well, no success with any of those links. No drop down menus or wizzards to work through and when it says "Click On Computer" in the Start Menu, there is no Computer option.

There are a few teenagers in the neighbourhood; I'm sure one of them will be able to tell me what to do. Otherwise, it will be back to Apple.

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post-1359-0-36750200-1403271428_thumb.jpg Ok.. hope you can understand/read this. This what I see on my computer . Click on "start/computer/device/import"

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Rozzie   

Download Copytrans.... it's magically simple and you can bypass all iCrap. There is a download specifically for photos. (thanks to haven and her brilliance, my iPod is safe from a flying lesson).

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