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How Do I Transfer Pictures or Videos Between My SGH-a847 (Rugby II) Phone And My Computer?
The SGH-a847 (Rugby II) phone features four different methods to transfer pictures from the phone to a PC. Each are explained, in depth, further down the page.
Click on a method listed below to go directly to that Picture transfer method instructions.
SGH-a847 (Rugby II) Picture Transfer Methods
Please Note: The SGH-a847 (Rugby II) phone includes support for Digital Rights Management (DRM) which allows you to play or view some purchased or subscription content. These copyright protections may prevent some images, videos, music (including ringtones) and other content from being played, copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.
Via New PC Studio
Please click here to visit the FAQ detailing how to transfer pictures.
Via Windows Explorer (Mass Storage)
Note: If the Bluetooth feature is currently active on the phone, USB communication between devices will not be available. To transfer files to or from the phone, turn off the Bluetooth functionality or click here for instructions.
Important: In order to transfer pictures (via Windows Explorer & a USB cable) to a PC the pictures MUST be located on a formatted microSD Memory Card. The microSD memory card must first be formatted, by the phone, in order for the phone to create the destination folders.
WARNING: DO NOT DISCONNECT USB CABLE DURING THE FILE TRANSFER
To transfer Picture files, using Windows Explorer & a USB cable, to a PC follow the steps below:
To transfer pictures (via a memory card), from the SGH-a847 (Rugby II) phone, to a PC follow the steps below:
To transfer (via a Bluetooth adaptor) Photo files, from the Samsung SGH-a847 (Rugby II) phone, to a PC follow the steps below:
On the Samsung SGH-a847 (Rugby II) phone
On the PC
Note: For information or assistance related to configuration, specifications and instructions of the Non-Samsung device please contact the manufacturer of device.
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