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by kpabq95 / May 30, 2012 4:07 PM PDT

Looking for info on downloading pictures from phone (with broken screen) to a PC laptop. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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LG TV?
by electronicspimp / June 9, 2012 1:44 PM PDT
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Is your LG TV s smart TV? If so, you will need to get an app onto your phone called allshare/smart share from Google play (if its android). Then you will need to have you TV and phone on the same network. If you go to LG smart share, it should recognize your phone and work similarly to bluetooth. If your screen is broken to the point you cant install the app, upload the files from your phone onto a USB and transfer them to your TV manually.

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Pictures to PC as easy as LG Micro USB...cable.
by waterbeds1 / June 15, 2012 4:38 AM PDT
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Assuming your using a newer Chocolate with a micro USB connection, you can easily use this LG Micro USB data cable. You will need a "driver" aka software - installed on your PC to recognize your Chocolate as a drive. Once you get this connection your Chocolate should show up on your PC just like a jump drive. You will be able to scour through its files and find your pictures, a simple drag and drop will get your pictures to your PC.! Hope that helps!

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