1. RickSparks's Avatar
    On searching for this, I found several alternatives, but the one I liked was ES File Explorer from the Android Market.

    I didn't find a good walkthrough, so here's how I did it.

    First, on your computer - Verify that you have a Shared Folder that can be seen by all computers on the home network.

    Then, on your phone -

    1) First, make sure your phone is connected to the home network via Wifi.

    2) DL and Install the app ES File Explorer.
    3) Open ES File Explorer
    4) Long press the folder DCIM and choose "Copy"
    5) On top of screen choose LAN
    6) Menu / New / Scan
    7) You'll see icons of your shared drive(s) appear.
    You can interrupt the searching once your folder(s) appear by Backarrow.
    8) Select the folder where you want your pictures from the camera. This should be the name of the shared drive or any subfolder.
    9) Slide up the arrow at the bottom of the screen.
    10) Long click DCIM
    11) Choose "Paste"
    12) Wait - It may take a while to do the actual copying.... quite a while if there are alot of pictures... but when done, your pictures will be copied into that folder on your computer.

    I hope this helps!
    .... Rick Sparks
    07-16-2010 01:42 PM
  2. Aatrek's Avatar
    Astro File Manager has a way of doing this, too. You just need to install the ASTRO SMB Module, for networking Windows machines.

    ASTRO SMB Module - Android app on AppBrain
    07-16-2010 02:28 PM
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