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Getting the photos in iphone to my computer. How to?

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Hi there;

How can i get the photos in iphone to my computer.

What i mean is that if I connect the iphone 3GS of mine to my computer of Windows 7, I can sync but sync. means that it will take the photos in the path specified in my computer to my iphone, not vice-versa. Is it true?

How can i do this, all in all?

Kind regards.
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by:Dirk Kotte
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i send the pictures per mail.
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OK, better one i found.

http://forums.ilounge.com/iphone/200142-how-do-i-get-photos-off-iphone.html

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I figured it out. It only works with iPhoto, not in iTunes. I was expecting it to work in iTunes which seems natural to me but oh well.

Open iPhoto and the iPhone actually appears as a disk drive on the left under 'source'. Then you can download the photos taken with the iPhone. But you have to do it in iPhoto. It will not appear on the Desktop or anything.
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Thanks anyways.

Kind regards.
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I figured it out. It only works with iPhoto, not in iTunes. I was expecting it to work in iTunes which seems natural to me but oh well.

Open iPhoto and the iPhone actually appears as a disk drive on the left under 'source'. Then you can download the photos taken with the iPhone. But you have to do it in iPhoto. It will not appear on the Desktop or anything.
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I didn't check out that site but you don't you don't need iTunes, iPhoto or anything other than the USB connector that came with your iPhone.   Hook it up.  The computer will recognize it.  Then just 'explore' the device.
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That site says there is no need to have itunes or etc., it's recognized as a drive.

Regards.
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by:bggauth
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Ha... figures.
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ok
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by:bggauth
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yeah I was speaking from experience so there was no need to look at the site you provided.  Glad you found the answer.
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thanks.
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