Built-in cameras are a common feature of most mobile phones, allowing users to take quality digital images without the need for a separate device. The majority of mobile phones come with a USB transfer cable to allow you to easily connect your handset to a computer. This makes transferring photos from a mobile phone to a computer a quick and efficient task that can be achieved by following a few simple steps.
Connect your mobile phone to your computer using the supplied USB transfer cable. Your computer will automatically search for and install the relevant driver for your phone model. Alternatively, visit your phone manufacturer's website to manually download and install the driver.
Click the "Start" button in the taskbar and select "Computer" from the right-hand menu.
Locate your phone under the "Devices" heading. Double-click to open the folder.
Navigate to the default photo folder on your phone. This is often named either "Photos" or "DCIM."
Click the photo files you wish to transfer. Press and hold down the "Ctrl" key to select multiple files or simply press "Ctrl" and "A" at the same time to select all the files at once.
Drag and drop the selected files from the phone folder to your desired location on your computer. This may take several minutes depending on the size and quality of the files.
Most phone manufacturers provide software that offers comprehensive data management and transfer options. Check your phone manufacturer's website.
Make sure the transfer is complete before disconnecting your phone or you may lose or corrupt your files.