How to Transfer JPGs to My PC From a Pantech Ease


The Pantech Ease smartphone stores photos in internal memory but you can transfer these to a memory card and then to a computer with the supplied software and USB cable. The Ease has two modes: an easy mode with streamlined menus and an advanced mode that gives access to all of the phone's functions and features. The process for transferring photos varies slightly depending on the mode.

  • Tap Menu to open the main menu on the Ease. In easy mode, touch Camera and select My Pictures. In advanced mode, touch My Stuff and select Pictures.

  • Tap the file you want to transfer. You can also select the entire folder. Touch the > icon and tap Copy.

  • Tap the icon with the phone and the down arrow and select Memory Card. Tap the folder to which you want to copy the pictures, or tap Options and select Create New Folder. Touch Copy Here to finish copying the files to the memory card.

  • Install the Pantech PC Suite software on your computer. The software comes on a disc that came with the phone, or you can download the latest version from the Pantech website.

  • Plug the USB cable into the charging port on the Ease, and plug the other end into an open USB port on your computer.

  • Tap Mass Storage and follow the on-screen instructions in easy mode. Tap Menu then tap Settings and Connectivity in advanced mode. Open Select USB Mode and tap Mass Storage.

  • Click the Start button on the Windows task bar and select File Explorer followed by This Computer. The phone is listed under "Devices with removable storage." Double click it, then double click on the folder where you saved the JPGs.

  • Right click on the JPGs you want to transfer, then left-click on Copy or drag and drop them to the computer folder.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can switch back and forth between easy mode and advanced mode with the Phone Mode option in the Settings menu.

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