How to Get Pictures Out of a Samsung M330 Phone That Has No Internet

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Samsung M330 cellphones include an integrated camera that you can use to take photos. You can use your phone to upload pictures to the Sprint Picture Mail website and download them from your computer. If you don’t want to send pictures over the Internet, you can send them straight to your computer over Bluetooth. Many laptops include an integrated Bluetooth radio and computers that don't can use a USB Bluetooth adapter. The Samsung M330 doesn't come with a USB cable, but if you have the optional USB cable you can connect it directly to your computer.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with Bluetooth support or Samsung M330 USB cable

Bluetooth

  • Enable Bluetooth on your Samsung M330 by pressing the “Menu/OK” button, selecting “Tools,” selecting “Bluetooth,” highlighting “On” and pressing the “Menu/OK” button. A Bluetooth icon appears on your cellphone’s screen, indicating the Bluetooth is enabled.

  • Click “Start” on your computer, click “Control Panel” and click the “Add a Device” link under Hardware and Sound.

  • Select your phone by clicking it in the Add a Device window and click “Next.” A code appears on your screen.

  • Enter the code from the Add a Device dialog into your cellphone using its key pad and click “Close” on your computer.

  • Press the “Menu/OK” button, select “Photos,” select “My Albums” and select “In Phone.”

  • Scroll through the list of pictures with the navigation key and highlight the one you want to send.

  • Press the “Options” key at the right side of the phone and select “Send.”

  • Highlight your computer in the list of available Bluetooth devices and press the “Select” key at the left side of the phone. If you don’t see your computer, press the “Options” key at the right side of the phone and press “Search Again.”

  • Select “Yes” to send the picture and use the window that appears on your computer to accept the picture.

USB

  • Connect the small end of the Samsung M330 USB cable to the accessory jack near the top right side of the phone. The USB cable is an optional accessory and is sold separately.

  • Connect the large end of the Samsung M330 USB cable to a USB port on your computer.

  • Click "Start" on your computer, click "Computer" and double-click the drive letter representing your Samsung M330.

  • Browse to the pictures in your cellphone's pictures folder and copy them to your computer by dragging and dropping them. You can also right-click the photos, select "Copy," navigate to another folder, right-click inside that folder and click "Paste."

  • Click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in your system tray, select the "Eject" option for your cellphone and unplug it from your computer.

Tips & Warnings

  • Disable Bluetooth on your M330 after you’re done to save battery power.
  • Ensure you plug the USB cable into the accessory jack and not the charger jack, which is located next to the accessory jack on your phone. Plugging the USB cable into the wrong jack could damage your phone's hardware.

References

  • Photo Credit Goodshoot RF/Goodshoot/Getty Images
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