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transfer pics from LG620G to PC

by Billi1230 / March 27, 2012 10:36 AM PDT

I have pictures on my LG620G StraightTalk phone that I'd like to put on my laptop. I got a USB Cable and downloaded a driver but it still won't connect. Is there anyway to transfer the pictures from the phone to my laptop other than sending them via MSM to my email?

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Try moving them to a SD card
by Pepe7 / March 27, 2012 10:54 AM PDT

I believe that model accepts a microSD card. Save or move the pictures there, then use a SD card reader to move them to your PC via a USB cable. Here's a schematic from their online manual:;jsessionid=2BF3729EB4A254023CC3CE62DD83184A?tutorialId=3981&locale=en_US&deviceId=680&cid=2583000&conversationPropagation=end

If that link doesn't work, start here and enter your model number to see where the card should go-

*in left column, look under memory > insert memory card

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Moving to SD Card
by Billi1230 / March 28, 2012 8:37 PM PDT

I tried to move them to a the SD Card, I was unable to move them because the clamp to the SD card is rusted shut. That's one of the reasons I was hoping that I could use a USB cable.

The phone got wet so it isn't working right anyway. It is being replaced.

Thank you for your reply. I ended up sending them to via MMS to my email.

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