The BlackBerry Curve, a smartphone created by RIM, has numerous options, including the ability to transfer media to your computer. The device comes with software called BlackBerry Media Sync, which allows users to connect their Curve to a computer and upload or transfer different types of data. With the software, transferring pictures from your BlackBerry Curve to a PC is a simple process.
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Things you need
- BlackBerry USB cable
Install the BlackBerry Desktop Manager program to your PC. If you don't have the installation disc, see the resources section for a free download link.
Use the BlackBerry Curve's USB cable to connect the device to your computer that has BlackBerry Desktop Manager installed.
Open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager on your PC and click the "Media Manager" tab.
Choose your Curve's storage device that has your pictures saved on it. This is either the SIM card, Media card, or device memory. If you don't know which storage device they are on, simply browse the "pictures" folders in each storage device section to find out.
Click and drag photos from the bottom pane to the upper pane to transfer them to your PC. You can also highlight all the photos by dragging your cursor across the thumbnails then clicking the "Copy up" button.
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